Emiliano, the first VISIONAR scholar, is now in his third year of Information Technology studies at the Universidad Tecnologica Nacional, in San Francisco, Argentina.
Emiliano has received recognition from the Dean of UTN for his dedication and his academic achievements. His current GPA is 7.22 /10. Emiliano’s extracurricular interests include volunteering at Atrapasueños’ library.
“I want to become an IT Engineer because it is a career with great potential. My aspiration is to work in companies of great reputation, either in Argentina or abroad.”
Carolina is in her first year of Law school at the Universidad de Ciencias Empresariales y Sociales (UCES). Carolina also loves English and Oriental dances. As for community service, Carolina helps students with learning disabilities. Elizabeth’s goal is to earn a degree in Social Work, from FASTA.
Elizabeth graduated from IPEM 315 Jose Hernandez High School in November 2008, with honors.
“I care about my future, I want to grow, and I aspire to help others in my community.”
Karen started a Human Resources program at Escuela Normal Dr Nicolas Avellaneda. In her spare time, she loves to help others in need, be it her mother’s ill friend, or kids in the hospital.
Lucrecia has always loved math, and is now focused on her objective to become a public accountant. She is enrolled in a 4-year program at the Universidad de Ciencias Empresariales y Sociales (UCES).
VISIONAR is proud of its five sponsored students and wishes them great success!
FOUR deserving students have started college programs in 2009 with YOUR support! Open the attached document to learn more about our students.
In addition, Emiliano, our first VISIONAR student, is now starting his 3rd year of college, with continued support from your donations.
This brings the total number of VISIONAR students to FIVE in 2009.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!
Please check out this attached document for exciting news about VISIONAR! We awarded FOUR new scholarships in San Francisco, Argentina, in August 2008. Also, here are photos of our new scholars.