Congrats to our AAUW Beach Cities 2017 college scholarship winners, Vanessa Matias (who will be attending the University of California at San Diego in the fall) and Susana Barreras (who is off to the University of California at Irvine!)!
Each of this year’s scholarship recipients were TechTrek Science Camp attendees sent by our own Beach Cities branch.
We’d like to thank Terry Hays-Horner for her tireless work for the Tech Trek / TTAG / Scholarships program for our Beach Cities Branch. She has been instrumental in creating a network of support and friendship among the TechTrek alumnae, the nominating teachers and administrators , members of our AAUW branch as well as the TechTrek program leaders. We are so happy that she has allowed our branch to watch as the program has grown with the girls and women involved.
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