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2020-2021

AAUW Scholarship News!

High School Scholars
Each of these young women was nominated by a teacher who recognized their interest and outstanding performance in Science, Technology or Math.

Shea Kasenga, College Place HS,
Megan Foertsch, College Place HS

Neveah Unutoa, Lincoln HS

Hannah Dial, Touchet HS
Lesly Novoa, Touchet HS
Saige Smith, Touchet HS

Jocelyn Parker, Walla Walla HS
Shandra Fine, Walla Walla HS

Walla Walla STEM Horizons Scholarship ($2500)
Each of these recipients will use their $2500 scholarship to continue their college education after declaring their established science-based major.

Caroline Blethen
Alejandra Perez-Cuellar


Walla Walla Secondary Scholarship ($2500)
Each of these recipients will use their $2500 scholarship to resume their college education, after experiencing an interruption or hardship.

Christina Binney
Ashley Burden
Olivia Courser
Jennifer Lopez


2020 Secondary Scholarship Recipients 

A special thank you to Michelle Higgins  and her selection committee:  

Erin Anders, Ellen Anderson, Helen Brownell, Shauna Carette,  Tracii Hickman, Karen Hindman, DC Osborne, Kay Schisler, Amanda Trejo-Perez, Kate Venneri & Ursula Volwiler

Congratulations to these inspiring recipients of our 2020 Scholarships  

AAUW – Walla Walla Secondary Scholarship (2020)      

Michelle Brooks, Erica Burmood, Esmerelda Reynoso, Lindsey Tebeck

Each of these recipients will use their $2500 scholarship to resume their college education, after experiencing an interruption or hardship.

AAUW – Walla Walla STEM Horizons Scholarship (2020)          

Cynthia Montalvo  & Nicole Hamada

Each of these recipients will use their $2500 scholarship to continue their college education after declaring their established science-based major.   (Declared STEM Major)


2019 Branch Secondary Scholarship recipients

A huge congratulations goes out to these deserving recipients:

Ana Angel-Ortega, Torrin Helbling, Katelyn Huesby, Cynthia Montalvo, Kristin Pretorius, and Makya Theis