Congratulations to the Tri-City NAACP's 2021 Scholarship Recipients!
a graduate of Buckingham Collegiate Charter Academy in Vacaville, will pursue a major in Nursing at Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL and envisions obtaining her Nursing degree in five years and having a career in a Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Her parents have been an inspiration in her life because of their extreme kindness to others.
is a graduate of the Early College Program (ECP) that is under the umbrella of Rodriguez High School. He also earned an Associate of Arts degree from Solano Community College while in the Early College Program. He will pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of California at Davis and envisions a career in public service at the city, state or county level. His mother has been an inspiration to him because she was a mother at 19 years old and has held many leadership positions in Human Resources without a degree, but recently obtained a college degree
a graduate of Armijo High School, Fairfield, will pursue a degree in Business at San Diego State University, San Diego, CA and envisions a career as an entrepreneur providing shelter and other assistance to marginalized youth. Her older sibling has been an inspiration in her life as a role model who is a part of the LGBTQ community
is a graduate of the Early College Program that is under the umbrella of Rodriguez High School. He will earn his Associate of Arts degree from Solano Community College after he completes two more classes as a participant in the Early College Program. He will pursue a Master of Arts degree in Computer Science at either Dillard University, New Orleans, LA or Lincoln University, Lincoln University, PA. He envisions being well established in a career in Computer Science that affords the better things in life like owning a home. His stepfather has been an inspiration and hero in his life because of his selflessness and modeling what it means to be a father and a man.