DiscoverU is an exciting week for us to come together and support students in exploring career and college options. Community Center for Education Results is awarding $10,000 in mini grants to better support educators, youth-serving organization, and students in furthering college-going culture and career excitement with students.
This year, we had over 50 applications for our DiscoverU Mini Grants! These awards are a means to assist in DiscoverU projects in schools, to encourage our community to get creative in how they engage in college-going culture, and to spread the word about how awesome DiscoverU Week is!
Congratulations to all of this year’s awardees–we can’t wait to see your projects!
Alana Temple – Seattle Public Schools
Andrea Cravioto – Panther Lake Elementary/Counseling/Federal Way School District
Angel Munguia – Seatac/Highline School District
Anthony Berry – Kentridge High School
Ashley Byrd – Urban League of Metro Seattle
Athena Moag – Southwest Youth & Family Services: New Futures at Arbor Heights
Breann Edwards – Rising Star Elementary/City Year/Seattle
Brian Creeley – Hazen High School
Elizabeth Benitez – Federal Way Public School
Erica Wolfskill – Kent Meridian High School College & Career Readiness Team
Isamar Valdez – Arthur Jacobsen/ASD
Kara Crum – Lindbergh High School (Renton School District)
Melissa Pedersen – Federal Way
Michael Okumoto – Seattle Public Schools; Cleveland STEM High School; Counseling Department
Ngoc-Anne – South Seattle/College Possible/Franklin High School
Nurryyah Ibrahim – Renton High School/Renton School District
Rachael Parks – Auburn