2018 Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to the following scholarship recipients!

Each year, Unitus awards scholarships to students who demonstrate academic excellence, a commitment to community service and a desire to pursue higher education.

 

Meet the 2018 Unitus Scholarship Recipients

  • Alexander La Cour

    High School Senior

    Alexander plans to attend Cornell University to study Electrical & Computer Engineering. He plans to explore the social functions that would allow robots to instruct students to revolutionize the educational system.

  • Sally Nguyen

    High School Senior

    Sally plans to attend the University of Oregon in the Fall to study Business Administration with a focus in Marketing. She plans to own an international online apparel store.

  • Semeredin Kundin

    High School Senior

    Semeredin plans to attend the University of Oregon in the Fall to study Political Science. In the future, he plans to use his passion for public service and social activism to work within the political and legal system.

  • Brittany Brattin

    Undergraduate

    Brittany is entering her Sophomore year at Eastern Washington University to pursue a degree in Education. After graduation, she plans on becoming an elementary school teacher.

  • Zoey Snyder

    Undergraduate

    Zoey is entering her Sophomore year at Portland Community College to pursue a degree in Architecture. Her dream is to build and design creative community spaces and music venues.

  • Priscila Narcio

    Overall Community Involvement

    Priscila is entering her Senior year at Oregon State University, double majoring in Human Development & Family Services, and Innovative Management. With almost 700 hours of community service, Narcio is an advocator. She’s organized demonstrations, worked with local lobbyists to pass the Clean Dream Act in Washington D.C., and is currently working on a proposal for the Oregon State Dream Center, which would provide resources specifically for undocumented, DACA, and students of mixed status families. Professionally, she sees herself working in a similar capacity helping students with different backgrounds.

     

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