Hoover Langdon Scholarship
Each fall, the Alumni Association awards these scholarships on the basis of financial need, academic achievement and community service. The endowment began in 1954 with the merger of the Hoover Fund and the William Langdon Fund. This year’s awards are supported by a generous gift from the College Futures Foundation.
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Yaritza is getting her bachelor’s degree in business administration and aspires to further her education with an MBA. She plans to study abroad for a semester in Europe to experience another culture. Currently, Yaritza works as a mentor for fifth graders at Horace Mann Elementary School, where she is responsible for an exhibition project on social issues in the community.
Dorothy Butts-Lo Bue
Dorothy, a transfer student from CSU Stanislaus, is pursuing her bachelor’s degree in studio art and recently applied for the BFA Pictorial program. A thinker and an artist, she strives to succeed by being fascinated by all that the world has to offer.
George chose to pursue a bachelor’s in social work because he felt it was the most fulfilling profession for him. He plans to apply for the Master’s in Social Work program, become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and eventually a therapist. George also is a volunteer telephone crisis counselor with The Bill Wilson Center for the Santa Clara and San Mateo County areas and has been on a local committee for The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
James holds a 4.0 GPA while studying therapeutic recreation. He helps homeless veterans suffering from addiction and mental illness stabilize their lives through knowing and taking advantage of appropriate community resources. As a disabled veteran, James wants to create awareness about the therapeutic benefits of recreation and bridge inter-agency collaborations between local and federal resources to help create more opportunities for veterans.
Camvu spent her childhood in her village working with her father, who enjoyed making new tools. He inspired her to pursue engineering and a career in a technical/scientific field. Camvu’s academic goals include obtaining a bachelor’s degree and an internship at NASA Ames Research Center. She plans to become a part-time lecturer or counselor at Mission College.