12 July 51 Members Receive 2011 Jack Kent Cooke Scholarships Tweet July 12, 2011 Engagement, Events & Awards Events Awards, Engagement, Engagement 0 A total of 51 Phi Theta Kappa members are among the 60 recipients of 2011 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships, the nation's largest private scholarship program.The Foundation will provide each student a scholarship worth up to $30,000 a year for up to three years, which will allow them to transfer to four-year colleges and universities and complete their undergraduate degrees."Students who engage in Phi Theta Kappa programs gain immeasurably from the experience and are recognized for their achievements by prestigious scholarship providers like the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation. Consistently, the majority of scholarship recipients are engaged Phi Theta Kappa members. We value the strong working relationship that Phi Theta Kappa has for many years shared with the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation in providing our members access to selective senior colleges," said Dr. Rod A. Risley, Phi Theta Kappa Executive Director.Members receiving Jack Kent Cooke Scholarships include:ArizonaAstride Tchoffo, Pima Community CollegeAngela Warren, Glendale CollegeCaliforniaBahareh Adami Ardestani, American River CollegeLisa Bastio, Mt. San Antonio CollegePatricia Boone, Shasta CollegeLuz Jimenez Vela, Fullerton CollegeKoffi Rene Yves Kouassi, Mt. San Antonio CollegeStephen Olsen, Santa Monica CollegeMichelle Pecheck, Long Beach City CollegeRebekah Tolopilo, Mt. San Jacinto Community CollegeColoradoAurora Randolph, Front Range Community CollegeFloridaSteven Crist, Valencia Community College, Orlando CampusDaniel Leon, Seminole State College of FloridaFaithful Okoye, Broward College, Central CampusGeorgiaChiemeka Ugochukwu, Georgia Perimeter CollegeHawaiiStephanie Harrison, Maui Community CollegeIllinoisAmanda Muledy, William Rainey Harper CollegeAi-Chen Sung, Wilbur Wright CollegeAiLing Sung, Wilbur Wright CollegeChristina Wheeler, Oakton Community CollegeKansasMaxwell Matite, Johnson County Community CollegeMarylandRahel Kebede, Montgomery CollegeSusan Wu, Montgomery CollegeMassachusettsMenachem Sahler, Springfield Technical Community CollegeShannon Sheltra, Northern Essex Community CollegeChristopher Wilbur, Bristol Community CollegeBitian Zhang, Holyoke Community CollegeMichiganNeam Alazawi, Henry Ford Community CollegeStephanie Caldwell, Mid Michigan Community CollegeMatthew Cornett, Schoolcraft CollegeMissouriVivian Andreani, Cottey CollegeJerry Byers, Metropolitan Community College-LongviewNevadaMaryknoll Palisoc, College of Southern NevadaNew JerseyMaria Palar, Raritan Valley Community CollegeDavid Seale, County College of MorrisNew YorkDanielle Demopoulos, SUNY Westchester Community CollegeDaniel Gomez, SUNY Suffolk County Community College - RiverheadAnna Jeschke, SUNY Westchester Community CollegeCynthia Morales, CUNY Bronx Community CollegeTheresa Taylor, SUNY Schenectady County Community CollegeNorth CarolinaAmarinh Kongmanivong, Randolph Community College, Asheboro CampusPennsylvaniaHanna Pashkevich, Manor CollegeTwila Ramirez, Reading Area Community CollegeLarry Thi, Community College of PhiladelphiaTennesseeMerissa Williams, Northeast State Technical CollegeTexasAngela Allison, Blinn College, Bryan CampusCurtwin Bismark, Houston Community College, Northwest CampusVesta Grubb, Lee CollegeAmos Zimmermann, Lone Star College-KingwoodVirginiaKyle Stevenson, Northern Virginia Community College - Annandale CampusWashingtonDanna Culhane, South Seattle Community College Comments are closed.