Scott Cooper Miami Announces Scholarship Winners
Scott Cooper Miami hopes to encourage students to pursue their career goals and give back to their communities through the Scott Cooper Miami Scholarship.
"Wow thank you so much for this award. I'm so grateful for this and to your organization!"
"Thank you so much for the scholarship. I am so grateful and appreciate it so much, said Renee Yan.
Madisyn Travisano is currently a sophomore at Seton Hall University. Madisyn is majoring in Journalism with a minor in Sports Media and Political Science. The public figure she chose to write her essay about was Winston Churchill, the former Prime Minister of Great Britain. Madisyn correctly stated in her essay, her choice "isn't necessarily someone that most people in my generation would pick."
Renee Yan is currently a freshman at the University of Buffalo and is majoring in biology. The public figure she chose to write her essay about was Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani activist for female education. Malala spoke out against the Taliban and was the victim of a failed assassination attempt. She is also the youngest Nobel Laureate. Renee stated that "not everyone is fortunate enough to get an education" and "when I hear girls who aren't grateful for their education, I try to remind them what Malala had to go through for her's."
New applications are already being accepted for the next round of scholarships. Applications are due by December 31, 2019. The award winners will be announced on January 15, 2020. The students will be required to submit an essay of 500 words or less on the topic, "How I Would Solve The Immigration Crisis."
Scott Cooper Miami would like to thank every student for their application and wish them all the very best success in their educational endeavors. Scott Cooper Miami encourages its winners, finalists, and all that have previously applied to reapply for the next round!
ABOUT SCOTT COOPER MIAMI
Scott Cooper Miami began as a lifestyle brand promoting the City of Miami. The organization has since shifted its attention globally to its latest project - bringing awareness and transparency to the oppressive treatment of independent avocado farmers in Mexico and Colombia.