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Alexa van Bromel, the July winner of the Women’s Scholarship, is pursuing a degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Central Florida. Her goal is to become a Speech Pathologist and help children who have communication disorders. It was clear from Alexa’s application that she has a passion for helping others, and will use her education towards this purpose., byCategories: Scholarship News
SR Education Group is proud to announce Ryan Bosela, an Architectural Drafting student, as the winner of the Community College Scholarship. Since a young age, Ryan has been passionate about the field of Architecture. This passion has encouraged him to push for excellence in all areas of his schooling, eventually earning him recognition from his teachers and the National Technical Honor Society.Though Ryan has numerous achievements for his age, he has also needed to overcome numerous struggles to get where he is today. At a young age Ryan was diagnosed with Asperger’s Disorder, a form of Autism. In addition to his Asperger’s diagnosis, Ryan also began having seizures with a frequency and severity that required surgery. But instead of allowing these difficulties in life to get him down, Ryan focused on his future goals and allowed his dreams to become his driving force., byCategories: Scholarship News
Amanda Christensen, June’s Single Parent Scholarship winner, aspires to become a professor upon her 2014 graduation with a PhD in Business Management. Her goal is to help students work towards their dreams and do it in a manner that inspires her students to help those around them. She hopes that by earning her PhD, she will have been able to show her son that anything is possible., byCategories: Scholarship News