Archiving Project Scholarships

The ECHS Archiving Project Scholarships are awarded annually to deserving graduates with plans to attend two- or four-year colleges.  Selection of the awardees is a two-step process performed by the Archiving Scholarship Committee.  First, the committee reviews the students’ written submissions including the completed application form, a one-page essay, two letters of recommendation, and a transcript.  These are scored by each member of the committee according to a point system.  Next, the highest scoring applicants are invited for an interview with the committee. The interview result is also scored by each member using a separate interview point system.  Upon completion of the interview, the results of the written submission and interview scores are combined and the total scores for each candidate by each judge are reviewed together. The highest ranked candidates are selected to receive the awards.  In case of very close results, the committee discusses each candidate and their particular circumstances, and awards the scholarship to the candidates that the majority of committee members feel will best represent and carry forward important elements of the Gaucho spirit, especially overcoming adversity and appreciation of diversity.

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Scholarships Awarded

2017

2016

  • Rebecca Fox
  • Jonathan Pineda
  • Anna Tong

2015

  • Lavonia Bobo
  • Maggie Li
  • Oghenefejiro (Feji) Etibo

2014

  • Joshua Ko
  • Diego Murillo
  • Nai Saeyang

2013

  • Rebecca Dao
  • Ajah Fredzess
  • Amara Hans

2012

  • Thamar Collier
  • Jacqueline Reyes
  • Sari Christine Rickansrud

2011

  • Christopher Bennett
  • Lea Roberts
  • Brionna White

2010

  • Ian Birnam
  • Jessica Tran
  • Tiara Williams

2009

  • Eric Chen
  • Alisha Manandhar
  • Marques Pitcher

2008

  • Ethan Houser
  • Christina Mills
  • Liliana Rojas

2007

  • Heather Edgar
  • JingJing He
  • Elizabeth Sanchez

2006

  • Alba Basurto
  • Cassandra Chiu
  • Marika Johnson

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