STG Dream Drivers Undergraduate Scholarship
In honor of Natalie & Travis Lee, the STG Conference will once again present a high school graduate with a $500 book scholarship in honor of Natalie Johnson Lee & Travis Lee for their years of service in the community and being Dream Drivers! Over the past ten years STG has awarded 20 scholarships to support college students achieve academic success. Applicants must have a diploma or G.E.D. and be pursuing a two-year or four-year degree. If you have any questions contact us at email@example.com
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Congratulations 2021 STG Scholarship Winner Ms. Zae Sellers
My name is Zae Sellers, born and raised in North Minneapolis. I attended George Brown College in Toronto, Canada for Civil EngineeringTechnology and I will be completing my Bachelors Degree at the University of Minnesota studying psychology. After receiving both degrees, would like to begin my career in Water Resource Management. Eventually, I would like to work in a water treatment facility to help design structures to reuse gray water in homes. Along with designing recycling structures, I would like to continue community work by educating youth on the importance of being environmental friendly. A long term career goal is to design and build water treatment products in other countries. My expected graduation dates are in December 2020 and May 2021. Congratulations Zae we are so proud of you!
2020 Scholarship Winner, Natividad Herrera, Saint Catherine University: Major Social Work
Ms. Herrera goal is to become a Macro Social Worker, impacting a combination of both community connection and political action. Natividad would like to work within large communities to advocate for permanent change for future generations by forming allyships with marginalized groups. She’s not sure of what specific organizations she would like to serve, but as long as Natividad is assisting groups in reaching their goals, she will be happy. Ms. Herrera wants to be part of a change much larger than herself that will last for many years after she’s gone.
STG Dream Drivers Scholarship Alumni
Aja Burnside, Virgina State University
Deiondra VanDassor, University of Minnesota Duluth