Nominated by his company, Kelvin earned national recognition by receiving the Most Promising Hispanic Engineer of the Year Award.
Thanks to The Fund's help, Suzanna was able to go to the University of Virginia and graduate without loans.
Obtaining state grant monies and working as a resident assistant, Joey graduated from the College of William and Mary debt-free.
Working internationally as an actor and freelance writer, Phalana Tiller leads a fast-paced life that most people only dream about.
Crystal Vanison-Robinson's 12th grade Government Teacher, Jack Esformes, was prescient in 1996 when he wrote about her...
Our September 2018 Scholar of the Month is Ms. Sugeivis Gomez. Ms. Gomez is a freshman at Georgetown University's prestigious School of Foreign Service. The Scholarship Fund and its Director of College Advising Margaret Feldman worked with Ms. Gomez to ensure that she could access all available private and institutional student aid. Coupled with her scholarship from The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria, that student aid is providing Ms. Gomez with a full ride to Georgetown.
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