Northwest NEWS

November 11, 2002


CCC students receive scholarships from local donors

BOTHELL - A group of 20 Cascadia Community College students received scholarship awards for the 2002 academic year from Cascadia Community College Foundation's local corporate and community donors. The awards ranged from small grants covering the cost of books and lab fees, to six-quarter scholarships that cover tuition, books, and fees for a student's entire education at Cascadia.
   Cascadia Community College Foundation Scholarships
   -Nichole Miller, Monroe, maintains a cumulative GPA of 3.7 and is working toward a bachelor's degree in psychology.
   -Thomas Wang, Kenmore, is earning an associate in integrated studies and hopes to earn a degree in criminal justice.
   -Marisa Clayton, Everett, is a student in the CCC integrated studies program.
   Chateau Ste. Michelle Scholarships
   -Leah Sinrud, Bothell, is a business major working for an integrated studies degree.
   -Allison Ess, Bothell, is pursuing an associates in integrated studies degree with a concentration on math.
   Boeing Scholarships
   -Crystal Anderson, Snohomish, is pursuing her associates in science degree looking toward a career in astronomy.
   -Sara Sanchez, Everett, is earning her associate in integrated studies degree with an emphasis in mathematics.
   -Matt Webster, Bothell, has a GPA above 3.5 in Computer Science.
   -Eric Rust, Lynnwood, is working toward a four-year degree in Electrical Engineering.
   -Mark Simpson, Woodinville , is an engineering student at Cascadia. He is an active volunteer for environmental issues, including PAWS.
   Puget Sound Energy Scholarship
   -Heather Shipway, Woodinville, maintains a 3.8 grade point average and is on the Honors List. She is pursuing a degree in speech therapy.
   -Beverly Boone Truly Scholarship
   -Shannon Schaffa, Bothell, is working for her two year degree and enrolling in the dental hygienist program Eastern Washington University.
   Davidson Scholarship
   -Pamela Staley, Kenmore, is enrolled in the Associate in Applied Science Networking Technology Degree program.
   Anderson Memorial Scholarship
   -Rachel Sands, Woodinville, is studying to become a veterinarian.
   InfoSpace Foundation Scholarship
   -Julie West, Bothell, hopes to become a certified teacher to continue her work with learning-disabled children.
   -Robin Wallace, Bothell, is pursuing her associate in applied science in Web technology. She was named to the Vice President's List for the 2001-02 academic year.
   Allister O'Brien Scholarship
   -Roni Kay O'Dell, Bothell, has a cumulative GPA at CCC of 3.97, which added her name to the President's list this past year and is working toward a teaching degree.
   Barnes Scholarship
   -Kathryn Fisk, Bothell, is working toward her degree in psychology and hopes to complete her studies with her Ph.D.
   Webgrrls Grants
   -Elizabeth Malone, Bothell, is working to complete her associate degree in applied science in Web technology.
   -Julie Charping, Bothell, is working for her associate degree in applied science as a computer networking specialist.