First Group of Alive2Thrive Scholarships Awarded

On Saturday, November 6th, we had the pleasure of awarding the first of our Alive2Thrive scholarships to 8 local high school students. These students completed our personal life skills program via virtual sessions with our coaches, and after completing an interview to determine that they do understand the program, we held a celebration to applaud their achievements and to award them scholarships. Each student earned $2000, which will be paid to the school of their choice upon submission of proof of high school graduation.

Congratulations to these students!

Pictured, left to right: Caleb Brock, Aysen Vigoa, Ariana Garcia, Josnuel Vigoa, Raelyn Simmons
and Eddy Bandomo. Not pictured: Jacob Brown and Aaliyah Massey.

Here are: Alive2Thrive Founder, Joe Santoro; Alive2Thrive coaches Thawanna Newton and Pam
Hayes; and program administrator Mary Wooley at our celebration event.

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