Help us congratulate our 2021 scholarship winners!
Here's what they want you to know about themselves.
Note: We will update only as our recipients allow.
1. A student at the University of Texas at Arlington working towards a degree in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering.
May 7, 2021, we let 8 applicants know they received $500 #Scholarships! They represent much of Texas.
A sincere CONGRATULATIONS to you all!
We value personal privacy, and so we will only share
information as permitted by our scholars.
2. A student from Plano plans to study nursing.
3. Jessie Crutchfield
4. Julianna Valle, a Studio Art Major at the University of Texas.
Yeah, we sort of fell in love with her art too!
"With the ability to create breathtaking artworks, I love the freedom to self-express myself with art that could not be described in words." --Julianna Valle
5. A student who intends to study electrical engineering in Dallas
6. Tamryn Medrano a student from Troy High School in Troy, TX, will pursue a degree in Animal Science with the goal of becoming an animal physical therapist
7. "My name is Walter. Throughout my life since I was 4 years old, I have been diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. I have always struggled with social interactions, nonverbal communication, and repetitive behavior. Despite having Autism, I have achieved a lot academically in the high school and college settings. I have made very high GPAs and been involved in various campus activities. I am pretty grateful for all the experiences, and after graduation I want to become a tax accountant because I have always been very passionate about numbers, helping out people, and my attention to detail."
8. Rainie Beaubouef
More fabulous artwork!
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