Bianca Mata has been awarded a $1000 Scholarship from COMTO North Texas. Bianca attended Dr. Wright Lassiter Jr. Early College High School. She is an honor student who graduated with both an Associate in Science and a High School Diploma. Bianca has extensive community volunteer experience, including the Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital, Dallas Public Library-Pleasant Grove Branch, Peer Tutoring and more. She had the opportunity to work in the Dallas Mayor’s Internship Program. She was able to work with Catholic Charities of Dallas in the Immigration and Legal Services Department. Bianca will be working on a Dual Degree in the Fall. She will be attending the University of Dallas in Irving, Texas, where she will pursue a Degree in Physics. She will also be Pursuing an Electrical Engineering Degree from the University of Texas
Mitchell Rivera is a Senior at Lamar High School in Arlington, Texas. He plans to pursue a career as a Mechanical Engineer and is also a member of the Lamar High School Football Team. Mitchell is a hard worker and a devoted volunteer. He has completed over 50 volunteer hours in his senior year and has volunteered at Mission Arlington, churches and has been active in various school activities such as SOAR and AVID. Having worked two jobs through high school and is still on the “A” Honor Roll. As an AP Student, he leads tutorials among his peers in his AVID class. He will be attending University of Texas at Arlington.
Alexa Dean is a 16-Year-Old Senior at Mansfield High School and is planning to obtain a career as an Aviation Engineer. One day she inspires to own her own airplane equipment manufacturing Company creating prototypes that would be used for testing new technology for domestic and government planes. Alexa is a dedicated, hard worker and is a dedicated member of the Fresh Manna where she assists in the Homeless Outreach Ministry. She participates in school activities such as Cinematology. She is a $1,000 Scholarship Award Recipient She will be attending Texas A&M University in Commerce, Texas.
T’Yonna Boswell is a Senior at Crowley High School and is pursuing a career as an Attorney and practice Business Law. She is a Member of the Crowley High School All-Academic Team and the National Society of High School Scholars. She has three years of volunteer service with the Arlington Community of Lovely Young Teens Excelling, in Service, the Arlington Foundation for Excellence Education, the Arlington Back to School Rally, and the Arlington Family Expo. She is the Founder of the CHS Debate Club and Debate Team and a Member of the CHS Art Club. T’Yonna is noticed by her classmates as a hard worker and they nominated her to serve as a Peer Mediator to help facilitate in student conflicts. She will be attending Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas.
Zion James is a Senior at Dubiski Career High School in Grand Prairie, Texas and pursuing a career in Cyber Security. He is focusing on Transportation Technology within the Cyber Security field with an emphasis on Software Development. As a hard worker, he put in the extra coursework by taking Advanced Placement and Dual Credit Courses. Zion is a Member of the National Honor Society, NAACP, Geek Club and DECA. He has achieved in Skills USA Competition, UTA Summer Engineering Program, UTA Residential Summer Math & Science Academy and many other outstanding programs. He volunteers in the STEM Program at Dubiski and is an active member of Concord Church. He will be attending University of North Texas in Denton.