Congratulations to Recent Cappex Scholarship Winners!

We want to give a shout out to some recent Cappex Scholarship winners! These folks have shown that through volunteering and leadership, they can make big changes in the worlds around them.

If you’re interested in applying for Cappex scholarships, check them out here. All you have to do to apply is make Cappex Profile!

Now let’s put our hands together and give a big round of applause to these scholarship winners!!!!

“A GPA Isn’t Everything” Scholarship – Spring Scholarship Winner:
Ivory P. from Southfield, Mich. has been a member of the JROTC, where she was awarded Top Unarmed Squad Commandar at CLHS Drill competition. As a volunteer, Ivory has worked with a program called buildOn. buildOn raises money to build schools in developing nations and focuses on empowering youth through communiuty service. She traveled with buildon to Nicaragua to partipate in building a school in a rural village.
I Found My College Scholarship – Winner:
Leah V. of Iowa City, Iowa is a volunteer in multiple organizations including Sewing For Others, where she helps sew clothing and quilts for people in need. The clothing and quilts are sent to third world countries as well as Habitat for Humanity.
“A GPA Isn’t Everything” Scholarship – Summer Winner:
Out of 4,000 members in the state of Texas, Jeremy A. from Houston, was elected to be the Area 5 State Vice President for Texas, a state leadership office for Future Business Leaders of America. Still, of all the leadership activities he’s participated in, his favorite and most trying was the first year of Air Force Junior ROTC he completed his senior year of high school.
I Don’t Want to Pay for College – Summer I Scholarship Winner:
Jaclyn M. from Warrenville, Ill. takes part in community service through Habitat for Humanity as well as being a mentor for international students who attend Purdue through a program called URGlobal. While not in school, she is also a volunteer at her local hospital, Central DuPage Hospital, at their offsite cancer center, assisting cancer patients as they come to the new facility for treatment.
I Don’t Want to Pay for College – Summer II Scholarship Winner
Tara S. from Frankfurt Ky. has been a volunteer at Duke University Hospital and Vanderbilt University Children’s hospital. She has amounted over 800 service hours working as a youth leader for the National Red Cross Organization as well as a volunteer in the Franklin County Teen Court. Her service experience makes her the perfect fit to be the Vanderbilt University Chi Omega Community Service Chair.

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