Two soon-to-be high propagandize graduates recently perceived scholarships to assistance them serve their education.
The dual scholarships awarded by a Tahoe-Nevada Affiliate of a American Association of University Women sum $7,000 — representing a apportionment of a scarcely $20,000 budgeted for scholarships this year.
“We are always gratified to be means to make these supports accessible to honourable students,” stream President Carol Del Carlo remarked in a press release. “Our routine is utterly minute and it’s always a formidable choice. Still, we are unapproachable of all those who applied, generally a grant recipients.”
A $3,500 grant was awarded to Rachael Homola, who was profoundly shabby by her event to transport to Peru and proffer in a tellurian health module this past summer. Homola, according to a release, has been supposed to Georgetown University to investigate nursing and would like to turn a roving RN. She is looking brazen to operative in an novice module in a DC area as partial of her degree. Upon graduating, she skeleton to transport around a universe and work in areas where there is a apocalyptic need for medical help.
The other $3,500 grant was awarded to Madison Cronk who will be attending a University of Nevada, Reno, and majoring in communications/public relations. She is ardent about furthering a AAUW goal of lenient and advancing a goals of women. Cronk would like to coach immature women and is actively seeking ways to make a disproportion in a community.
Both Homola and Cronk addressed a assembly during a mid-May cooking assembly during a Parasol Foundation. Each one spoke about what desirous them, who is/was a purpose model, and their skeleton for a future.
The AAUW Tahoe-Nevada Affiliate, a purebred nonprofit, has lifted income for college scholarships for high propagandize graduates for many years. The scholarships are renewable and are re-awarded any year supposing a target continues to be academically qualified.
In a destiny a AAUW hopes to enhance a module to embody some-more math and scholarship educational opportunities for center propagandize girls in a future.