Concord Foundation Picks New Scholarship Recipients

June 13, 2013

Concord Foundation recently welcomed five, new scholarship recipients into its nonprofit organization.

Simone Simpson - Will attend the U of M, Twin Cities this fall.

Simone Simpson – will attend the U of M, Twin Cities this fall.

Samantha Yang - Will attend the University of St. Thomas this fall.

Samantha Yang – will attend the University of St. Thomas this fall.

Jaelyn Arndt - Will attend Augsburg College this fall.

Jaelyn Arndt – will attend Augsburg College this fall.

Kanisha Howard - Will attend the College of St. Benedict this fall.

Kanisha Howard – will attend the College of St. Benedict this fall.

Ana Zembryki - Will attend the U of M, Twin Cities this fall.

Ana Zembryki – will attend the U of M, Twin Cities this fall.

These new recipients join nine other student scholarship recipients that we continue to be very proud of. To learn a bit more about these students and follow their collegiate journeys please take a look at their individual student blogs. Blogs for the new, 2013 recipients will be set up this September and you will then be able to follow their journeys on a monthly basis.

2009 Scholarship Recipients

Joey Johnson (2013 Augsburg College Grad) http://joeyjohnson09.wordpress.com
Emma Pratt (Concordia University)http://emmapratt09.wordpress.com
Halima Adan (2013 Augsburg College Grad)http://halima09.wordpress.com

2011 Scholarship Recipients

Jenny Ortiz  (St. Olaf College) – http://ortizjenny.wordpress.com
Stephanie Ortiz-Sanchez (U of M, Twin Cities)
http://stephanieortizs.wordpress.com

2012 Scholarship Recipients

Brandon Bogan (U of M, Twin Cities) – http://brandonbogan.wordpress.com
Rumyana Hulmequist (St. Olaf College) http://rumyanahulmequist.wordpress.com
Said Mohamed (Gustavus Adolphus College) http://saidmohamed2012.wordpress.com
Chaquanna Lattimore (IUPUI) http://chaquannalattimore.wordpress.com

Concord Foundation is a nonprofit organization generated to provide college scholarships and career growth opportunities to college-bound students who have demonstrated a commitment to academics, leadership development and community service.
We are dedicated to supporting and mentoring students in the local community who may not be able to attend the college of their choice due to life circumstances or current financial state.
Concord Foundation is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization located in Hopkins, Minn.
To learn more about Concord Foundation or to donate call Brea at 952.241.1029 or email brea.marsh@concordusa.com.
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