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Students Earn Thousands through Scholarships for Success

Students Earn Thousands through Scholarships for Success

The Oakland Schools Education Foundation honored the recipients of the Scholarships for Success program at an evening ceremony held at Oakland Schools Main Campus on Monday, April 17th. This scholarship program, sponsored by the foundation, has supported students for nearly three decades since its inception in 1991 through a partnership between Oakland Schools and DENSO International.

This year, seven seniors from the Southeast Campus of Oakland Schools Technical Campus were awarded a total of $10,750 in scholarships. The scholarship candidates had to meet certain criteria, including being a senior in an Oakland Schools Technical Campus program, maintaining a minimum overall GPA of 2.0, a minimum GPA of 3.0 in career technical education courses (both OSTC and high school CTE classes), and demonstrating intent to pursue higher education at a two- or four-year college/university, apprenticeship, or trade school.

To learn more about this scholarship program and the application process, interested individuals can visit the website https://osedfoundation.org/what-we-support/scholarshipsforsuccess/.

The awardees were celebrated at the evening ceremony, which provided well-deserved recognition for their achievements. The scholarship recipients for this year and their respective scholarship amounts are as follows:

Elisabeth St Clair: Graphic Design ($5,000.00)

Noah Brown: Programming ($1,500.00)

Madison Peach: Health (Bonnie Crowson Scholarship, $1,000.00)

Adam Shannon: Programming ($1,000.00)

Samuel Walker: Construction ($1,000.00)

Zhi Pearson: Programming ($750.00)

Jada Wade: Marketing ($500.00)

The Scholarships for Success program highlights the commitment of the Oakland Schools Education Foundation in supporting students' educational aspirations and paving the way for their future success.

 

one of 2022-23 Scholarships-for-Success recipient - OSTC-SE student Madison

 

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