IP Hosts 2021 Scholarship Party
Impossible Possibilities (IP) hosted its annual Scholarship Party on Saturday, June 5, 2021, at the Woodshed Smokehouse in Fort Worth.
IP recently awarded 12 scholarships to high school graduates who will represent its 2021 Scholarship Class. The students and their families attended the party and networked with former scholarship recipients and members of IP’s Advisory Board. Including the 2021 Scholarship Class, IP has now awarded 100 scholarships to high school students in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and abroad, totaling more than $185,000.
“This was the first event we’ve hosted since the start of the pandemic, so it was really special to be able to see everyone in person and meet the students who will represent Impossible Possibilities. The 2021 class is our largest in program history, and we’re excited to play a small part in their future success.”
Scholarship recipients also have access to the organization’s “Scholarship Network,” a user-friendly platform that allows past and present recipients to connect with one another based on university, major and common interests. Recipients can also connect with members of the IP Advisory Board for potential mentorship, internship and employment opportunities. The AB is comprised of business professionals in the DFW area who share a common interest in education and who provide strategic and financial support.
The IP 2021 Scholarship Class includes:
Faith Ajanaku, Dubiski Career High School in Grand Prairie
Ashar Alvany, Dubiski Career High School in Grand Prairie
Katelyn Buck, Crowley High School
Eric Gonzalez, Cristo Rey Dallas College Preparatory
Kyndall Jourdain, Bowie High School in Arlington
Jordan Logi, Lamar High School in Arlington
Emmanuel Mhrous, Central High School in Keller
Mikella Nguyen, International Leadership of Texas Keller- Saginaw High School
Riana Pinto, Martin High School in Arlington
Naomi Pongroq, Emmett J. Conrad High School in Dallas
Jose Ramos, Dubiski Career High School in Grand Prairie
Luelya Weldetensae, Emmett J. Conrad High School in Dallas