Texas Tech University
I was a recipient of the Young Women in STEM Scholarship in 2017 and of the District 10 Scholarship in 2019. Both of these scholarships allowed me to pursue my dreams of becoming a First-Generation College Graduate. The ZONTA Club of Dallas gave me an opportunity to turn my dreams into reality and for that, I am eternally grateful.
Brigham Young University
I was a recipient of the Young Women in STEM Scholarship in 2017 and of the District 10 Scholarship in 2018. These scholarships reminded me there are people and organizations out there rooting young women in STEM. To know that this organization believed in me to achieve my goals was just what I needed as a new college student. They gave me the breathing room to focus on my studies and reach for my dreams. Thank you ZONTA!
Johns Hopkins University
I am both honored and humbled to be a recipient of the Young Women in Stem Scholarship in 2019 and of the District 10 Scholarship in 2021. These scholarships have contributed to the enrichment of my education, as a molecular & cellular biology student at Johns Hopkins University. Thank you for believing & helping me become one step closer to fulling my dreams!
University of Chicago
I was a recipient of the Zonta Club of Dalla Young Women in STEM Scholarship in 2021. I am grateful for the Zonta Club of Dallas for supporting me in my journey to expand my experience in community advocacy and in becoming a leader that not only creates innovative solutions, but also empowers other women to take their seats in the STEM world.
University of California at Los Angeles
My name is Camille Kutter and I attend UCLA, pursuing a degree in Biochemistry with a minor in French. I am incredibly grateful for this scholarship! As an out of state student, every scholarship I earn makes my tuition and costs more affordable. The ZONTA Club of Dallas made it possible for me to pursue my dream of attending school in California and I wouldn't trade this experience for anything!
Oluwatosin Anthonia Ojo (Tosin)
Dallas Community College
I was a recipient of the Young Women in STEM scholarship in 2020. I am a first generation student who has moved thousands of miles to the United States to pursue my dreams of becoming a college graduate. I want to thank the ZONTA club of Dallas for the generous gift that has made my education attainable. I will forever be grateful.