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Scholarship Spotlight: Jacob Rangel

Posted by: faschola - 11/20/17

Jacob Rangel is a senior at Kutztown University  majoring in Communication Studies with a minor in Public Relations, New Media and Digital Literacy. He is a dedicated and hard working student whose outstanding academic achievements have earned him a membership in the Lambda Pi Eta Communication Honor Society.  He loves giving back to his community which is why he does volunteer work with the Kutztown University campus chapter of Lambda Pi Eta and he is  also collecting food donations for a family in need over the upcoming holidays.   Jacob likes to keep busy during his summers off whether it is working as a camp counselor at JCC Camps or at the local veterinarian clinic. This past summer, Jacob was selected to be …

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Scholarship Spotlight: SummerBrook Courtney-Lawson

Posted by: faschola - 03/22/17

SummerBrook is a senior at the University of South Carolina pursuing a double major in Political Science and Chinese. The daughter of a permanently disabled Vietnam Veteran, she is set to graduate this spring with high honors and leadership distinction in global learning and professional and civic engagement.

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Scholarship Spotlight: Alei, Brei and Jesse Garcia

Posted by: faschola - 02/01/17

The Garcia siblings come from a very strong family background with a long history of military service; their father, two of his brothers and their paternal grandfather all had long successful careers in the Army.

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Scholarship Spotlight: Jazmin Unruh

Posted by: faschola - 04/21/16

Jazmin is pursuing a major in writing and a double minor in creative writing and design for sustainability at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Her stepfather is a disabled veteran who served over 23 years in the Army.

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