Ms. Britnee Chuor is an ambitious young woman who is the daughter of Vietnamese refugees. Her parents settled in California and worked tirelessly to provide for their children and their members of their extended family. At the age of 13, Britnee’s family moved to Texas where she attended Bellaire High School and held leadership positions in organizations like UNICEF. She was also a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society, where she tutored her peers and elementary school children in her community. After receiving her diploma in 2015, she began attending the University of Houston where she is on track to graduate early in the Fall of 2018 and has made the Dean's List for four consecutive semesters. Britnee is double-majoring in Political Science and Liberal Studies and double-minoring in Spanish and Nonprofit Management. She is currently the Residential Advocacy Chair for her residence hall and a member of the Nonprofit Leadership Student Association/Association of Fundraising Professionals--UH, for which she sits on two committees-The Philanthropic Project Committee and Community Outreach Committee--and has been elected as the 2017-2018 Fundraising Chair. She is also the recipient of the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship from the US Department of State, to study abroad in Spain this June. Type your paragraph here.
Shortly after obtaining my GED in 2007, Adriana attended the Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Services. She did not complete this program due to enlisting in the Army in 2008 where I was deployed twice to Afghanistan. In 2012, she began her journey towards completing her undergraduate degree and graduated in June of 2015. The following fall semester she decided to attend graduate school at the same University; The University of Houston Downtown. Adriana has had the privilege of interning with the Harris County Juvenile Probation Department as part of my undergraduate studies. Shortly after graduating with her undergraduate degree, she was hired as a juvenile supervision officer at the Juvenile Detention Center in downtown Hoston. Adriana’s tenure was very brief as she was offered a position as a district parole officer with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. She has been a parole officer a little over a year now, with hopes of enrolling in the Doctoral Program
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The $1,500 WPG Scholarship is awarded annually to a female resident of the Greater Houston area who is a student in good standing at an accredited university. The scholarship winner also receives a one-year membership to Women Professionals in Government. Applicants must be
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Beverly Kaufman served 35 years in public service in Harris County, including 17 years as the Harris County Clerk. In recognition of Beverly Kaufman's excellence in public service, WPG proudly announces a $2,000 Scholarship; half of which is generously underwritten by the Peter & Theresa Chang Foundation and half is personally underwritten by Ms. Kaufman herself. The scholarship and a complimentary one-year membership to WPG is awarded to a female applicant currently pursuing studies at either the University of Houston, UH-Clear Lake, UH-Downtown or UH-Victoria, preparing for a public servant career, or furthering her education to enhance her existing public administration position with at least 12 graduate or 30 undergraduate hours. Determination of the award will depend on the applicant's professional and scholastic achievements, community involvement, scholarship need and essay response. The scholarship will be awarded at the WPG's December luncheon.