Congratulations to the CCF Scholarship Recipients!

2017 Scholarship Winners

2017

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$1000 Scholarship Winners

 

Lavender Bill

Nursing, Lamar University, Beaumont TX.

Kaitlyn Maya Bowe

Business and Legal Studies, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL.

Chastity Annette Boyance

Biology Pre-Med, McNeese State University, Lake Charles, LA.

Preston E. Carmon IV

Physical Therapy, Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, LA.

Elana Cattledge

Computer Science, Loyola University, Chicago, IL.

Joshua Cook

Art, Hampton University, Hampton, VA.

Morgan Arielle Hawkins

Master of Business Administration (MBA), Loyola University, New Orleans, LA.

Lauren Hebert

Nursing, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX.

Taylor Irving

Pharmacy, Xavier University, New Orleans, LA.

Kierra Link

Pre-Pharmacy, St. Catherine University, St. Paul, MN.

Kellen J. Love

Government, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.

Evelyn Martinez

Biology, University of Houston, Houston, TX.

Amber Tezeno

Dental Hygiene, University of Louisiana, Lafayette, LA.

 

$1000 was donated to St. Joseph Catholic School, Marshall, TX

for the Sister Mary Aquinas Judge Memorial Scholarship Fund

 

2016 Scholarship Winners

2016

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$1000 Scholarship Winners

 

Zachary Adkins

Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

 

Chastity Annette Boyance

Biology Pre-Med, McNeese State University, Lake Charles, LA.

 

Bria Marie Davis

Business Administration, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA.

 

Lauren Hebert

Nursing, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX.

 

$1000 was donated to St. Joseph Catholic School, Marshall, TX

for the Sister Mary Aquinas Judge Memorial Scholarship Fund

 

2015 Scholarship Winners

2015

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$1000 Scholarship Winners

 

Chastity Annette Boyance

Biology Pre-Med, McNeese State University

 

Rene F. Chargois IV

Music Business, Berklee Online

 

Bria Davis

Business Administration, Louisiana State University

 

Dena Phillips

Political Science/Pre-Law, Butler University

 

$1000 was donated to St. Joseph Catholic School, Marshall, TX

for the Sister Mary Aquinas Judge Memorial Scholarship Fund

 

 

2014 Scholarship Winners

2014

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Scholarship Winners

 

Briana Cattledge

Psychology, Central Michigan University

 

Clifton Chargois

Finance, Cal Poly Pomona

 

Treasur J. Cunningham

Communication Disorders and Science, Eastern Illinois University

 

Bria Davis

Business Management, Louisiana State University

 

Brenna LeDay

Accounting, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

 

Stephanie Richardson

Music Education, Vanguard University of Southern California

 

Alexandria M. Williams

Behavioral Science, University of Michigan at Dearborn

 

 

 

 

2013 Scholarship Winners

2013

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Scholarship Winners

 

Briana Cattledge

Business Administration, Central Michigan University

 

Barry Davis

Accounting, Alabama State University

 

Brenna LeDay

Accounting, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

 

Dena Phillips

Political Science, Butler University

 

Alexandria M. Williams

Behavioral Science/Anthropology, University of Michigan at Dearborn

 

2012 Scholarship Winners

2012

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Scholarship Winners

 

Dimitri L. Bush

Mechanical Engineering

 

Brittney Dawn Carmon

Education, Southern University

 

Treasur Janteel Cunningham

Speech Pathology

 

Lawrence Curette

Education, Southern University

 

Barry Davis

Finance, Alabama State University

 

Jay Leon Davis

Pre-Med, Wayne State University

 

Montana Frederick

Chinese, Northeastern University in Boston

 

Alexandra M. Williams

Behavioral Science/Anthropology, University of Michigan at Dearborn

2011 Scholarship Winners

2011

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Scholarship Winners

 

Arquisha Burton

Arquisha is attending Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida.

 

Brittney Carmon

Brittney is attending Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

 

Barry Davis

Barry is attending Alabama State University in Montgomery, Alabama.

 

Kayla Vanessa Thomas

Kayla is attending McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

 

Naomi Wong

Naomi is attending Rice University in Houston, Texas.

2010 Scholarship Winners

2010

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Scholarship Winners

 

Adrian Duruisseau

Adrian is attending Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana.

 

Craig Jamal Rodriquez

Craig is attending the University of Louisiana at LaFayette.

 

Briana Wong

Briana Wong graduated from Kentridge High School in Kent, Washington and is now a junior at Columbia University, majoring in history. A recipient of the Gates Millennium Scholarship and the Ron Brown Scholarship, Briana is committed to social justice and community service as well as academic excellence. Someday, she hopes to go to law school and become an attorney in order to join the International Justice Mission and advocate on behalf of women and children forced into slavery in Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. In preparation for this goal, she spent this past summer working at Safe Horizon, an organization that provides legal services to the victims of domestic violence and human trafficking in New York. She currently serves as a coordinator for a service program called Mentoring Youth in New York City and as the director of community building and outreach for Columbia’s undergraduate chapter of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.

Briana is attending Columbia University in New York City.

 

Michele Garror Wong

Michele Garror Wong is the daughter of Phyllis Thomas Garror, and the granddaughter of Clarence “Tex” Thomas and Alice Thomas.  She is a descendant of the Carmon family.  Michele grew up in Southern California and attended Sonoma State University, in Northern California.  She now lives in Kent, Washington.

Michele has been married for 23 years and she has two daughters who are in college. She has been in ministry all of her adult life. Michele loves Jesus and strives to do all that He asks her to do, including the recent call to attend seminary.  In her first year of seminary she was awarded the New Seminarian Scholarship.  At the end of the year, she received the school’s Homer L. Goddard Award for service and community building.  This award had never been given to a first-year student before.   Michele has a G.P.A. of 3.68.  All of these successes confirm for Michele that she is in the right place.

This year Michele received the Charles E. Fuller Scholarship for students who are showing academic promise.  She is grateful to God for blessing her work and providing for her studies.

The CCF scholarship award will help Michele to reach her goal of becoming a credentialed minister.  Her title will be Rev. Michele G. Wong, but she notes that it is really all about doing what the Lord has asked and doing it to her best ability to glorify God. Michele says “I praise Him for all of my success”.

Michele is attending Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasedena, California.

 

Naomi Wong

Naomi Wong is a graduate of Kentridge High School in Kent, Washington, where she lived with her parents Barry and Michele, and her sister Briana. Naomi graduated in the top ten percent of her class and won numerous awards including a Trustee Scholarship from Rice University, the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence, admission to Phi Theta Kappa, and the CCF Scholarship. Her academic interests include biological sciences and foreign languages.  She plans to obtain her undergraduate degree in kinesiology and hopes to pursue a career in education.  Her ultimate goal is to become a middle school science teacher for at-risk youth.

Naomi is attending Rice University in Houston, Texas.

2008 Scholarship Winners

 

2008

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Scholarship Winners

 

Stephanie Chatman

Stephanie Chatman is an Honor Graduate of Breaux Bridge High School (BBHS) in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana.  In addition to being an excellent student, Stephanie is well-respected by her teachers and other students, who describe her as determined, hardworking, reliable, and cooperative.  She served as Vice President of Future Business Leaders of America, clarinet section leader in the Marching Band, Vice President of the Art Club (YACA), and was a member of the Talent Search program, PAL, SAVE, and other student activities.   Stephanie also worked two jobs to help her family, including Office Assistant at BBHS.

Stephanie is attending Southern University and A & M College in Baton Rouge, La.

 

Tarajee R. Muhammad

Tarajee R. Muhammad is a Biology and PrePharmacy major at Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas.  She is an excellent, talented student with a very positive attitude who is confident, efficient, and dependable.   Tarajee is also noted for her kindness and her concern for others.  She is the Principal second violinist in the Texas Southern University Chamber Orchestra, and she has held several offices in the Pre-Health Professions Club and on the University Program Council as well.  Tarajee has received recognition as a Presidential Award Scholar, a Jack Bradley Scholar of Texas Southern University Chamber Orchestra, a Pre-Health Professions Scholar of the Texas Southern University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (COPHS), and she was selected as a member of the COPHS Ambassador’s Alliance.

Tarajee is well on her way to achieve her goal of a career in pharmaceutical sciences.

 

Desmond Young

Desmond Young graduated from Mt. Carmel High School in Chicago, Illinois, where he proved himself to be a solid student and an outstanding athlete.  He has been recognized for his leadership, his work ethic, and his unselfishness by his teachers and his peers.  Desmond was Varsity basketball team captain at Mt. Carmel for two years, and some of his awards include the Archbishop James P. Lyke African American Male Image Award, Athletic Leadership Award, regional MVP, and member of the all-conference basketball team.  He was a member of the Art Club and the School Yearbook, and also an officer of the Windy City Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc.

Desmond is attending Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, Illinois.