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Abizandra Burgos

Erie Housing Authority, PA

Gannon University
Major: Criminal Justice and Social Work

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"This scholarship will help me pursue my dream in giving people hope. With this career choice, I plan on working with youth to show them a different path in life. My main goal is to be a positive impact on the community that I live in."

Anthony Tejada

Somerville Housing Authority, MA

Bunker Hill Community College
Major: Biomedical Engineering

 

Brenda Thornton

Atlanta Housing Authority, GA

University of Georgia
Major: Computer Systems Engineering

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"This scholarship serves as motivation for me because a few years ago, I didn't know how I would even fund my education, I just knew that I had to work hard to find funding. Before I received this scholarship, I'd have graduated college in loads of student debt. However, after receiving this scholarship I will be able to graduate college with little to no debt at all! Thank y'all so much!"

Cheyenne Antoine

Housing Authority of the City of Danbury, CT

St. John's University
Major: Accounting/Risk Financial Advisory

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Congratulations to Cheyenne Antoine, a four-year scholarship recipient! She received a total of $24,000 in scholarships from 2018-2021.
Cheyenne is anticipating graduating from St. John’s University in May 2022 with a master’s degree in risk and financial advisory. With the help of HAI Group’s scholarship program, she has been able to go through college debt-free. One of Cheyenne’s greatest achievements during her educational journey has been earning an internship with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, a stepping stone to her ultimate goal of being employed with the FBI. And, when it comes to sharing advice with other students, she said the key is to study something you love. “Education is important to me because I believe that education is the path to achieving any type of goal or dream,” Cheyenne said. “I pursued higher education because I enjoy using accounting to solve financial discrepancies. I believe that undergraduate study is built to secure a career, while graduate study is built to solidify your passions."

Danette Heiserman

Lincoln Housing Authority, NE

Southeast Community College
Major: Early Childhood Education

 

Jaazanyah Frison-Vazquez

Ithaca Housing Authority, NY

Tompkins Cortland Community College
Major: Undecided

 

Jessica Mackenzie

Truth or Consequences Housing Authority, NM

Western New Mexico University
Major: Accounting

 

Keshaiyah Whitfield

Portsmouth Redevelopment and Housing Authority, VA

Virginia State University
Major: Biology

 

Lamekia Mervin

Boston Housing Authority, MA

Northeastern University
Major: Leadership

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"I am incredibly grateful to have received this scholarship this year. It will allow me to continue pursuing my degree without worrying about the financial burdens associated with higher education. It has enabled me to focus more on the essential aspect of school, which is learning to become an effective leader in my career and community. Thanks to this award, I can decrease the number of hours I need to work and contribute more time to extracurricular activities."

Miracle Nelsen

Atlanta Housing Authority, GA

Middle Georgia State University
Major: Criminal Justice

 

Natasha Cross

Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority, VA

George Mason University
Major: Individualized Studies

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"The HAI Group Resident Scholarship has been such a blessing to me and my family because not only does this scholarship help me achieve my academic goals, but also my professional goals. I am able to focus on my academic dreams and as a result, my children have been inspired to attend college in the near future too."

Omoni Davis

Oakland Housing Authority, CA

Chabot College
Major: Undecided

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"This scholarship will help me get one step closer to reaching my goal of becoming a doctor. This means a lot to me, coming from a low-income family that couldn't afford to send me to the best colleges. But with one step at a time with perseverance and people who support me on my lifelong journey in education and life, I will become the most successful I possibly can, making myself, my family, and educators proud. My lifelong goal is to show up and show out being the best that I can be as an individual. "

Patrick Daniels Jr.

Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority, OH

University of Findlay
Major: Business Administration

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"This scholarship will allow me to be able to get everything I need for my academic year [and] this means so much to me because my father is a single parent doing everything he can for me and I just want to make him proud. I know it’s a lot of stress on my father as a single parent, so this is a true blessing. Thank you."

ReAna Thompson

Atlanta Housing Authority, GA

University of South Carolina
Major: Social Work

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Congratulations to ReAna Thompson, a four-year scholarship recipient! She received a total of $24,000 in scholarships from 2018-2021.
ReAna graduated from Oakwood University with a bachelor’s degree in social science and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in social work. Her career goal is to open a non-profit organization for children who, like herself, have faced adversity. “Education is important to me because it solidifies my purpose to inspire children and youth,” ReAna said. This scholarship has helped her pay for higher education expenses over the last four years and was particularly helpful with the financial burdens brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. And, her advice for other students: “Understand the importance of education, hard work, and determination. School is not easy, especially facing hardships,” ReAna said. “[However,] DO NOT be afraid to put yourself out there and share your story. Grants, scholarships, and assistantships are yours to keep. You do not pay them back, and you can save to purchase a home or a car."

Rosemary Rodriguez

Ithaca Housing Authority, NY

Tompkins Cortland Community College
Major: Criminal Justice

 

Shateanu Bryant

Housing Authority of the City of Goldsboro, NC

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Major: Biology

 

Teresa Long

Denver Housing Authority, CO

Community College of Denver
Major: Business Management

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"The Resident Scholarship will help me alleviate tuition costs, fund course materials, purchase books, and help me physically intern with an organization in the fall to finish my degree in the spring [and] aid in my transfer to MSU for a bachelor’s in human services and minor in nutrition. As a first-generation college student, receiving [this scholarship] means so much to me. I can use my servant leadership skills and my degree to help others more effectively. I will finally be the woman I always wanted to be. Thank you."

Venus Young

Boonton Housing Authority, NJ

Rutgers University
Major: Leadership & Management

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"This scholarship has helped me fund my education in ways that I would not have be able to do independently. It is very important to me because finishing and accomplishing my educational goals provides a pathway for me and my children."

Yonael Tekleberhan

Alexandria Redevelopment Housing Authority, VA

Virginia Commonwealth University
Major: Business

 

Zion Dean

Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority, VA

Virginia State University
Major: Criminal Justice

 


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