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Corissa Bradley

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Without communication, society cannot function. For me, communication is being able to communicate on every level. I want to communicate in ways that appeal to large audiences through technology and presentations. I plan to do this by combining Journalism and Public Interest Communications with Sociology. The two disciplines together will allow me to gain skills to write in a way that will effectively inspire and persuade future audiences. Professionally, my goal is to become a writer for a nonprofit human rights organization helping the LGBTQ community combat inequality in society. I want to utilize an education in Communications to develop technical writing and media skills. I want to learn how to properly use media to spread impactful information in a way that will educate and persuade audiences. I want to be able to make connections with people and gain skills that allow me to hold on to my own opinions and learn from others. This goal comes from my personal life. When I came out, I lacked LGBTQ resources. I want to create resources for society and my community. The need for fact-based, authentic writing is crucial to disrupt the discrimination my community faces. My goal is to contribute to changing the world. That only comes when I can effectively interact with people and create meaningful connections in diverse communities. This may seem unattainable, but by combining Sociology and Journalism Communications, I can spread informative knowledge, and enlist change.

Education

University of Washington-Seattle Campus

Bachelor's degree program
2022 - 2025
  • Majors:
    • Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs, Other
    • Sociology

Lincoln-Way Central High School

High School
2018 - 2022

Miscellaneous

  • Desired degree level:

    Master's degree program

  • Graduate schools of interest:

  • Transfer schools of interest:

  • Majors of interest:

    • Sociology
    • Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs, Other
  • Not planning to go to medical school
  • Career

    • Dream career field:

      Non-Profit Organization Management

    • Dream career goals:

      Help others

    • Staff Writer

      UW Daily at the University of Washington
      2023 – Present1 year
    • Front Desk Attendant

      University of Washington Fitness Center
      2023 – Present1 year
    • Kids Academy

      LifeTime Fitness
      2022 – Present2 years
    • Production Assistant

      Chicago White Sox
      2022 – Present2 years
    • Coach and Concessions worker

      Ultimate Volleyball Club
      2022 – 2022
    • Cart pusher

      Meijer
      2021 – 2021
    • Referee

      Great Lakes Volleyball
      2021 – 20221 year

    Sports

    Volleyball

    Club
    2022 – Present2 years

    Volleyball

    Club
    2015 – 20227 years

    Volleyball

    Junior Varsity
    2018 – 20191 year

    Volleyball

    Varsity
    2020 – 20211 year

    Awards

    • Team Captain
    • Sportsmanship

    Public services

    • Public Service (Politics)

      Associated Students of the University of Washington — Senator
      2022 – 2023
    • Volunteering

      Snowball Club — Participant, Social Media manager
      2018 – Present

    Future Interests

    Advocacy

    Volunteering

    Philanthropy

    John Young 'Pursue Your Passion' Scholarship
    Without communication, society cannot function. For me, communication is about being able to communicate on every level. I want to be able to communicate in ways that appeal to large audiences through technology and presentations. I plan to do this by combining Journalism and Public Interest Communications with Sociology. Sociology allows me to understand the interworking of society and what I need to write to demonstrate the inequalities that function in our current society. The two disciplines together will allow me to gain skills to write in a way that will effectively inspire and persuade future audiences. First, I had planned to combine Sociology and English, but I realized knowing how to write is not enough to persuade audiences if you don’t have the tools to write in such a manner. This led me to the Communications Department, and ultimately Journalism and Public Interest. Having a strong understanding of analytical style writing has prepared me for the study of Communications by providing me with the skill of uncovering a writer’s purpose. This will help me take the necessary steps to create purpose in my writing. I began this journey in a basic COM class when I learned about rhetorical communication. I can apply rhetoric in my education and career by understanding my audience’s background to write in a way that appeals to their senses and will draw them into the information I present. Professionally, my goal is to become a writer for a nonprofit human rights organization helping the LGBTQ community combat inequality in society. I want to utilize an education in Communications to develop technical writing and media skills. I want to learn how to properly use media to spread impactful information in a way that will educate and persuade audiences. I want to be able to make connections with people and gain skills that allow me to hold on to my own opinions and learn from others. This goal comes from my personal life. When I came out, I lacked LGBTQ resources, so I want to create resources for society and my community. The need for fact-based, authentic writing is crucial to disrupt the discrimination my community faces. My goal is to contribute to changing the world, but that only comes when I can effectively interact with people and create meaningful connections in diverse communities. This may seem unattainable, but by combining Sociology and Journalism Communications, I can spread informative knowledge, and I can enlist change.
    Career Test Scholarship
    Without communication, society cannot function. For me, communication is about being able to communicate on every level. I want to be able to communicate in ways that appeal to large audiences through technology and presentations. I plan to do this by combining Journalism and Public Interest Communications with Sociology. Sociology allows me to understand the interworking of society and what I need to write to demonstrate the inequalities that function in our current society. The two disciplines together will allow me to gain skills to write in a way that will effectively inspire and persuade future audiences. First, I had planned to combine Sociology and English, but I realized knowing how to write is not enough to persuade audiences if you don’t have the tools to write in such a manner. This led me to the Communications Department, and ultimately Journalism and Public Interest. Having a strong understanding of analytical style writing has prepared me for the study of Communications by providing me with the skill of uncovering a writer’s purpose. This will help me take the necessary steps to create purpose in my writing. I began this journey in a basic COM class when I learned about rhetorical communication. I can apply rhetoric in my education and career by understanding my audience’s background to write in a way that appeals to their senses and will draw them into the information I present. Professionally, my goal is to become a writer for a nonprofit human rights organization helping the LGBTQ community combat inequality in society. I want to utilize an education in Communications to develop technical writing and media skills. I want to learn how to properly use media to spread impactful information in a way that will educate and persuade audiences. I want to be able to make connections with people and gain skills that allow me to hold on to my own opinions and learn from others. This goal comes from my personal life. When I came out, I lacked LGBTQ resources, so I want to create resources for society and my community. The need for fact-based, authentic writing is crucial to disrupt the discrimination my community faces. My goal is to contribute to changing the world, but that only comes when I can effectively interact with people and create meaningful connections in diverse communities. This may seem unattainable, but by combining Sociology and Journalism Communications, I can spread informative knowledge, and I can enlist change.
    Rainbow Futures Scholarship
    Without communication, society cannot function. For me, communication is about being able to communicate on every level. I want to be able to communicate in ways that appeal to large audiences through technology and presentations. I plan to do this by combining Journalism and Public Interest Communications with Sociology. Sociology allows me to understand the interworking of society and what I need to write to demonstrate the inequalities that function in our current society. The two disciplines together will allow me to gain skills to write in a way that will effectively inspire and persuade future audiences. First, I had planned to combine Sociology and English, but I realized knowing how to write is not enough to persuade audiences if you don’t have the tools to write in such a manner. This led me to the Communications Department, and ultimately Journalism and Public Interest. Having a strong understanding of analytical style writing has prepared me for the study of Communications by providing me with the skill of uncovering a writer’s purpose. This will help me take the necessary steps to create purpose in my writing. I began this journey in a basic COM class when I learned about rhetorical communication. I can apply rhetoric in my education and career by understanding my audience’s background to write in a way that appeals to their senses and will draw them into the information I present. Professionally, my goal is to become a writer for a nonprofit human rights organization helping the LGBTQ community combat inequality in society. I want to utilize an education in Communications to develop technical writing and media skills. I want to learn how to properly use media to spread impactful information in a way that will educate and persuade audiences. I want to be able to make connections with people and gain skills that allow me to hold on to my own opinions and learn from others. This goal comes from my personal life. When I came out, I lacked LGBTQ resources, so I want to create resources for society and my community. The need for fact-based, authentic writing is crucial to disrupt the discrimination my community faces. My goal is to contribute to changing the world, but that only comes when I can effectively interact with people and create meaningful connections in diverse communities. This may seem unattainable, but by combining Sociology and Journalism Communications, I can spread informative knowledge, and I can enlist change. Any scholarship I may be fortunate enough to win will help to lessen my student loan debt as I pursue this goal.
    TEAM ROX Scholarship
    Without communication, society cannot function. For me, communication is about being able to communicate on every level. I want to be able to communicate in ways that appeal to large audiences through technology and presentations. I plan to do this by combining Journalism and Public Interest Communications with Sociology. Sociology allows me to understand the interworking of society and what I need to write to demonstrate the inequalities that function in our current society. The two disciplines together will allow me to gain skills to write in a way that will effectively inspire and persuade future audiences. First, I had planned to combine Sociology and English, but I realized knowing how to write is not enough to persuade audiences if you don’t have the tools to write in such a manner. This led me to the Communications Department, and ultimately Journalism and Public Interest. Having a strong understanding of analytical style writing has prepared me for the study of Communications by providing me with the skill of uncovering a writer’s purpose. This will help me take the necessary steps to create purpose in my writing. I began this journey in a basic COM class when I learned about rhetorical communication. I can apply rhetoric in my education and career by understanding my audience’s background to write in a way that appeals to their senses and will draw them into the information I present. Professionally, my goal is to become a writer for a nonprofit human rights organization helping the LGBTQ community combat inequality in society. I want to utilize an education in Communications to develop technical writing and media skills. I want to learn how to properly use media to spread impactful information in a way that will educate and persuade audiences. I want to be able to make connections with people and gain skills that allow me to hold on to my own opinions and learn from others. This goal comes from my personal life. When I came out, I lacked LGBTQ resources, so I want to create resources for society and my community. The need for fact-based, authentic writing is crucial to disrupt the discrimination my community faces. My goal is to contribute to changing the world, but that only comes when I can effectively interact with people and create meaningful connections in diverse communities. This may seem unattainable, but by combining Sociology and Journalism Communications, I can spread informative knowledge, and I can enlist change.
    Jeannine Schroeder Women in Public Service Memorial Scholarship
    Without communication, society cannot function. For me, communication is about being able to communicate on every level. I want to be able to communicate in ways that appeal to large audiences through technology and presentations. I plan to do this by combining Journalism and Public Interest Communications with Sociology. Sociology allows me to understand the interworking of society and what I need to write to demonstrate the inequalities that function in our current society. The two disciplines together will allow me to gain skills to write in a way that will effectively inspire and persuade future audiences. First, I had planned to combine Sociology and English, but I realized knowing how to write is not enough to persuade audiences if you don’t have the tools to write in such a manner. This led me to the Communications Department, and ultimately Journalism and Public Interest. Having a strong understanding of analytical style writing has prepared me for the study of Communications by providing me with the skill of uncovering a writer’s purpose. This will help me take the necessary steps to create purpose in my writing. I began this journey in a basic COM class when I learned about rhetorical communication. I can apply rhetoric in my education and career by understanding my audience’s background to write in a way that appeals to their senses and will draw them into the information I present. Professionally, my goal is to become a writer for a nonprofit human rights organization helping the LGBTQ community combat inequality in society. I want to utilize an education in Communications to develop technical writing and media skills. I want to learn how to properly use media to spread impactful information in a way that will educate and persuade audiences. I want to be able to make connections with people and gain skills that allow me to hold on to my own opinions and learn from others. This goal comes from my personal life. When I came out, I lacked LGBTQ resources, so I want to create resources for society and my community. The need for fact-based, authentic writing is crucial to disrupt the discrimination my community faces. My goal is to contribute to changing the world, but that only comes when I can effectively interact with people and create meaningful connections in diverse communities. This may seem unattainable, but by combining Sociology and Journalism Communications, I can spread informative knowledge, and I can enlist change.
    Alicea Sperstad Rural Writer Scholarship
    Without communication, society cannot function. For me, communication is about being able to communicate on every level. I want to be able to communicate in ways that appeal to large audiences through technology and presentations. I plan to do this by combining Journalism and Public Interest Communications with Sociology. Sociology allows me to understand the interworking of society and what I need to write to demonstrate the inequalities that function in our current society. The two disciplines together will allow me to gain skills to write in a way that will effectively inspire and persuade future audiences. First, I had planned to combine Sociology and English, but I realized knowing how to write is not enough to persuade audiences if you don’t have the tools to write in such a manner. This led me to the Communications Department, and ultimately Journalism and Public Interest. Having a strong understanding of analytical style writing has prepared me for the study of Communications by providing me with the skill of uncovering a writer’s purpose. This will help me take the necessary steps to create purpose in my writing. I began this journey in a basic COM class when I learned about rhetorical communication. I can apply rhetoric in my education and career by understanding my audience’s background to write in a way that appeals to their senses and will draw them into the information I present. Professionally, my goal is to become a writer for a nonprofit human rights organization helping the LGBTQ community combat inequality in society. I want to utilize an education in Communications to develop technical writing and media skills. I want to learn how to properly use media to spread impactful information in a way that will educate and persuade audiences. I want to be able to make connections with people and gain skills that allow me to hold on to my own opinions and learn from others. This goal comes from my personal life. When I came out, I lacked LGBTQ resources, so I want to create resources for society and my community. The need for fact-based, authentic writing is crucial to disrupt the discrimination my community faces. My goal is to contribute to changing the world, but that only comes when I can effectively interact with people and create meaningful connections in diverse communities. This may seem unattainable, but by combining Sociology and Journalism Communications, I can spread informative knowledge, and I can enlist change.
    A Man Helping Women Helping Women Scholarship
    Without communication, society cannot function. For me, communication is about being able to communicate on every level. I want to be able to communicate in ways that appeal to large audiences through technology and presentations. I plan to do this by combining Journalism and Public Interest Communications with Sociology. Sociology allows me to understand the interworking of society and what I need to write to demonstrate the inequalities that function in our current society. The two disciplines together will allow me to gain skills to write in a way that will effectively inspire and persuade future audiences. First, I had planned to combine Sociology and English, but I realized knowing how to write is not enough to persuade audiences if you don’t have the tools to write in such a manner. This led me to the Communications Department, and ultimately Journalism and Public Interest. Having a strong understanding of analytical style writing has prepared me for the study of Communications by providing me with the skill of uncovering a writer’s purpose. This will help me take the necessary steps to create purpose in my writing. I began this journey in a basic COM class when I learned about rhetorical communication. I can apply rhetoric in my education and career by understanding my audience’s background to write in a way that appeals to their senses and will draw them into the information I present. Professionally, my goal is to become a writer for a nonprofit human rights organization helping the LGBTQ community combat inequality in society. I want to utilize an education in Communications to develop technical writing and media skills. I want to learn how to properly use media to spread impactful information in a way that will educate and persuade audiences. I want to be able to make connections with people and gain skills that allow me to hold on to my own opinions and learn from others. This goal comes from my personal life. When I came out, I lacked LGBTQ resources, so I want to create resources for society and my community. The need for fact-based, authentic writing is crucial to disrupt the discrimination my community faces. My goal is to contribute to changing the world, but that only comes when I can effectively interact with people and create meaningful connections in diverse communities. This may seem unattainable, but by combining Sociology and Journalism Communications, I can spread informative knowledge, and I can enlist change.
    Pool Family LGBT+ Scholarship
    Without communication, society cannot function. For me, communication is about being able to communicate on every level. I want to be able to communicate in ways that appeal to large audiences through technology and presentations. I plan to do this by combining Journalism and Public Interest Communications with Sociology. Sociology allows me to understand the interworking of society and what I need to write to demonstrate the inequalities that function in our current society. The two disciplines together will allow me to gain skills to write in a way that will effectively inspire and persuade future audiences. First, I had planned to combine Sociology and English, but I realized knowing how to write is not enough to persuade audiences if you don’t have the tools to write in such a manner. This led me to the Communications Department, and ultimately Journalism and Public Interest. Having a strong understanding of analytical style writing has prepared me for the study of Communications by providing me with the skill of uncovering a writer’s purpose. This will help me take the necessary steps to create purpose in my writing. I began this journey in a basic COM class when I learned about rhetorical communication. I can apply rhetoric in my education and career by understanding my audience’s background to write in a way that appeals to their senses and will draw them into the information I present. Professionally, my goal is to become a writer for a nonprofit human rights organization helping the LGBTQ community combat inequality in society. I want to utilize an education in Communications to develop technical writing and media skills. I want to learn how to properly use media to spread impactful information in a way that will educate and persuade audiences. I want to be able to make connections with people and gain skills that allow me to hold on to my own opinions and learn from others. This goal comes from my personal life. When I came out, I lacked LGBTQ resources, so I want to create resources for society and my community. The need for fact-based, authentic writing is crucial to disrupt the discrimination my community faces. My goal is to contribute to changing the world, but that only comes when I can effectively interact with people and create meaningful connections in diverse communities. This may seem unattainable, but by combining Sociology and Journalism Communications, I can spread informative knowledge, and I can enlist change. Any scholarship I may be fortunate enough to win will help to lessen my student loan debt and help to cover my Club Volleyball dues. Volleyball has been a passion of mine for many years so being able to continue to play while attending college keeps me active and happy.
    PRIDE in Education Award
    Without communication, society cannot function. For me, communication is about being able to communicate on every level. I want to be able to communicate in ways that appeal to large audiences through technology and presentations. I plan to do this by combining Journalism and Public Interest Communications with Sociology. Sociology allows me to understand the interworking of society and what I need to write to demonstrate the inequalities that function in our current society. The two disciplines together will allow me to gain skills to write in a way that will effectively inspire and persuade future audiences. First, I had planned to combine Sociology and English, but I realized knowing how to write is not enough to persuade audiences if you don’t have the tools to write in such a manner. This led me to the Communications Department, and ultimately Journalism and Public Interest. Having a strong understanding of analytical style writing has prepared me for the study of Communications by providing me with the skill of uncovering a writer’s purpose. This will help me take the necessary steps to create purpose in my writing. I began this journey in a basic COM class when I learned about rhetorical communication. I can apply rhetoric in my education and career by understanding my audience’s background to write in a way that appeals to their senses and will draw them into the information I present. Professionally, my goal is to become a writer for a nonprofit human rights organization helping the LGBTQ community combat inequality in society. I want to utilize an education in Communications to develop technical writing and media skills. I want to learn how to properly use media to spread impactful information in a way that will educate and persuade audiences. I want to be able to make connections with people and gain skills that allow me to hold on to my own opinions and learn from others. This goal comes from my personal life. When I came out, I lacked LGBTQ resources, so I want to create resources for society and my community. The need for fact-based, authentic writing is crucial to disrupt the discrimination my community faces. My goal is to contribute to changing the world, but that only comes when I can effectively interact with people and create meaningful connections in diverse communities. This may seem unattainable, but by combining Sociology and Journalism Communications, I can spread informative knowledge, and I can enlist change.
    VNutrition & Wellness’ Annual LGBTQ+ Vitality Scholarship
    Without communication, society cannot function. For me, communication is about being able to communicate on every level. I want to be able to communicate in ways that appeal to large audiences through technology and presentations. I plan to do this by combining Journalism and Public Interest Communications with Sociology. Sociology allows me to understand the interworking of society and what I need to write to demonstrate the inequalities that function in our current society. The two disciplines together will allow me to gain skills to write in a way that will effectively inspire and persuade future audiences. First, I had planned to combine Sociology and English, but I realized knowing how to write is not enough to persuade audiences if you don’t have the tools to write in such a manner. This led me to the Communications Department, and ultimately Journalism and Public Interest. Having a strong understanding of analytical style writing has prepared me for the study of Communications by providing me with the skill of uncovering a writer’s purpose. This will help me take the necessary steps to create purpose in my writing. I began this journey in a basic COM class when I learned about rhetorical communication. I can apply rhetoric in my education and career by understanding my audience’s background to write in a way that appeals to their senses and will draw them into the information I present. Professionally, my goal is to become a writer for a nonprofit human rights organization helping the LGBTQ community combat inequality in society. I want to utilize an education in Communications to develop technical writing and media skills. I want to learn how to properly use media to spread impactful information in a way that will educate and persuade audiences. I want to be able to make connections with people and gain skills that allow me to hold on to my own opinions and learn from others. This goal comes from my personal life. When I came out, I lacked LGBTQ resources, so I want to create resources for society and my community. The need for fact-based, authentic writing is crucial to disrupt the discrimination my community faces. My goal is to contribute to changing the world, but that only comes when I can effectively interact with people and create meaningful connections in diverse communities. This may seem unattainable, but by combining Sociology and Journalism Communications, I can spread informative knowledge, and I can enlist change.
    Jennifer Hartwig Scholarship
    Without communication, society cannot function. For me, communication is about being able to communicate on every level. I want to be able to communicate in ways that appeal to large audiences through technology and presentations. I plan to do this by combining Journalism and Public Interest Communications with Sociology. Sociology allows me to understand the interworking of society and what I need to write to demonstrate the inequalities that function in our current society. The two disciplines together will allow me to gain skills to write in a way that will effectively inspire and persuade future audiences. First, I had planned to combine Sociology and English, but I realized knowing how to write is not enough to persuade audiences if you don’t have the tools to write in such a manner. This led me to the Communications Department, and ultimately Journalism and Public Interest. Having a strong understanding of analytical style writing has prepared me for the study of Communications by providing me with the skill of uncovering a writer’s purpose. This will help me take the necessary steps to create purpose in my writing. I began this journey in a basic COM class when I learned about rhetorical communication. I can apply rhetoric in my education and career by understanding my audience’s background to write in a way that appeals to their senses and will draw them into the information I present. Professionally, my goal is to become a writer for a nonprofit human rights organization helping the LGBTQ community combat inequality in society. I want to utilize an education in Communications to develop technical writing and media skills. I want to learn how to properly use media to spread impactful information in a way that will educate and persuade audiences. I want to be able to make connections with people and gain skills that allow me to hold on to my own opinions and learn from others. This goal comes from my personal life. When I came out, I lacked LGBTQ resources, so I want to create resources for society and my community. The need for fact-based, authentic writing is crucial to disrupt the discrimination my community faces. My goal is to contribute to changing the world, but that only comes when I can effectively interact with people and create meaningful connections in diverse communities. This may seem unattainable, but by combining Sociology and Journalism Communications, I can spread informative knowledge, and I can enlist change. Any scholarship I may be fortunate enough to win will help to lessen my student loan debt and help to cover my Club Volleyball dues. Volleyball has been a passion of mine for many years so being able to continue to play while attending college keeps me active and happy. I am also fortunate enough to serve on the executive board of the club as the Fundraising Coordinator.
    First-Year College Students: Jennie Gilbert Daigre Education Scholarship
    I always acknowledge that I have grown up with an abundance of privilege. I am a white, cisgender girl, with a stable family, in a good community, and I go to one of the best high schools in the country. I know I have faced very little hardship compared to many girls outside of my area or country. However, sometimes I still feel singled out for being a girl. Years ago in gym class, the boys were playing floor hockey, and I wanted to play too. When I asked my gym teacher if I could play, he said “No, I don’t want you to get hurt. Maybe you should cheer for them.” I was a cheerleader at the time, but I also played floor hockey. I am not saying that me playing hockey outside of gym should have allowed me to play, he should have let me play solely for the fact that I wanted to participate. I was eight years old when I first experienced sexism. This past summer when I worked at my local grocery store, my supervisors told me that I outperformed every other employee that worked outside with me, most of whom were male. Every shift I would be approached by a male customer asking me if I needed help. I understand the notion of asking: a teen, outside in the heat, for six hours a day, but none of my male coworkers were ever asked if they needed help nor were they called “sweetheart” by male customers. They were never asked by female customers why they were out there, and “couldn’t they find a nice, strong young boy to take your spot?” I will be attending the University of Washington in Seattle this fall. I plan to major in Sociology and minor in English and Gender and Sexuality studies. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are, not from a mental or physical standpoint, but how their morals have been influenced by their world. Beyond that, classes in Gender and Sexuality studies allow me to further grasp how the construction of gender and sexual difference intertwine to create the complexity of society. English is just a subject that I thoroughly enjoy. I love to read and challenge my mind with difficult concepts and texts. My final goal is to attend law school after my undergraduate. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Jaxon Hunter Memorial Scholarship
    I always acknowledge that I have grown up with an abundance of privilege. I am a white, cisgender girl, with a stable family, in a good community, and I go to one of the best high schools in the country. I know I have faced very little hardship compared to many girls outside of my area or country. However, sometimes I still feel singled out for being a girl. Years ago in gym class, the boys were playing floor hockey, and I wanted to play too. When I asked my gym teacher if I could play, he said “No, I don’t want you to get hurt. Maybe you should cheer for them.” I was a cheerleader at the time, but I also played floor hockey. I am not saying that me playing hockey outside of gym should have allowed me to play, he should have let me play solely for the fact that I wanted to participate. I was eight years old when I first experienced sexism. This past summer when I worked at my local grocery store, my supervisors told me that I outperformed every other employee that worked outside with me, most of whom were male. Every shift I would be approached by a male customer asking me if I needed help. I understand the notion of asking: a teen, outside in the heat, for six hours a day, but none of my male coworkers were ever asked if they needed help nor were they called “sweetheart” by male customers. They were never asked by female customers why they were out there, and “couldn’t they find a nice, strong young boy to take your spot?” I will be attending the University of Washington in Seattle this fall. I plan to major in Sociology and minor in English and Gender and Sexuality studies. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are, not from a mental or physical standpoint, but how their morals have been influenced by their world. Beyond that, classes in Gender and Sexuality studies allow me to further grasp how the construction of gender and sexual difference intertwine to create the complexity of society. English is just a subject that I thoroughly enjoy. I love to read and challenge my mind with difficult concepts and texts. My final goal is to attend law school after my undergraduate. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Bold Fuel Your Life Scholarship
    I acknowledge I have grown up with privilege. I am a white girl, with a stable family, in a good community, and attend a great high school. I have faced little hardship compared to many girls outside of my area. However, sometimes I still feel singled out for being a girl. Once in gym class, the boys were playing floor hockey. When I asked my teacher if I could play, he said “No, I don’t want you to get hurt. You should cheer for them.” I was a cheerleader at the time, but I also played floor hockey. I am not saying that me playing hockey outside of school should have allowed me to play, he should have let me play solely for the fact that I wanted to participate. This past summer I worked at a grocery store. I was told I outperformed every other employee, most of whom were male. Every shift I would be approached by a male customer asking me if I needed help. I understand the notion of asking: a teen, outside in the heat, for many hours, but none of my male coworkers were ever asked or called “sweetheart” by customers. I want to go to college and major in Sociology. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are. My goal is to attend law school to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who are not being treated with equal respect. I would like to start a non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Bold Reflection Scholarship
    I acknowledge I have grown up with privilege. I am a white girl, with a stable family, in a good community, and attend a great high school. I have faced little hardship compared to many girls outside of my area. However, sometimes I still feel singled out for being a girl. Once in gym class, the boys were playing floor hockey. When I asked my teacher if I could play, he said “No, I don’t want you to get hurt. You should cheer for them.” I was a cheerleader at the time, but I also played floor hockey. I am not saying that me playing hockey outside of school should have allowed me to play, he should have let me play solely for the fact that I wanted to participate. This past summer I worked at a grocery store. I was told I outperformed every other employee, most of whom were male. Every shift I would be approached by a male customer asking me if I needed help. I understand the notion of asking: a teen, outside in the heat, for many hours, but none of my male coworkers were ever asked or called “sweetheart” by customers. I want to go to college and major in Sociology. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are. My goal is to attend law school to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who are not being treated with equal respect. I would like to start a non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Youssef University’s College Life Scholarship
    $1,000 right now will help me save one year of college debt. $1,000 will allow me to take two general education classes at my local community college this summer. Combining these two classes along with the Advanced Placement Credits I have received already and hope to receive after further exams in May will allow me to start my college career as a sophomore and get my Bachelor’s degree in Sociology after three years rather than four which will save me one year of college tuition and debt. Having minimal debt when completing my undergraduate will put me in a better position to reach my goal of attending law school. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior. $1,000 right now will make a huge impact in helping me fulfill this dream.
    Surya Education Assistance Scholarship
    I always acknowledge that I have grown up with an abundance of privilege. I am a white, cisgender girl, with a stable family, in a good community, and I go to one of the best high schools in the country. I have faced very little hardship compared to many girls outside of my area or country. However, sometimes I still feel singled out for being a girl. Years ago in gym class, the boys were playing floor hockey, and I wanted to play too. When I asked my gym teacher if I could play, he said “No, I don’t want you to get hurt. Maybe you should cheer for them.” I was a cheerleader at the time, but I also played floor hockey. I am not saying that me playing hockey outside of gym should have allowed me to play, he should have let me play solely for the fact that I wanted to participate. I was eight years old when I first experienced sexism. This past summer when I worked at my local grocery store, my supervisors told me that I outperformed every other employee that worked outside with me, most of whom were male. Every shift I would be approached by a male customer asking me if I needed help. I understand the notion of asking: a teen, outside in the heat, for six hours a day, but none of my male coworkers were ever asked or called “sweetheart” by male customers. They were never asked by female customers why they were out there, and “couldn’t they find a nice, strong young boy to take your spot?” After high school, I want to go to the University of Washington in Seattle. I plan to major in Sociology and minor in English and Gender and Sexuality studies. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are, not from a mental or physical standpoint, but how their morals have been influenced by their world. Beyond that, classes in Gender and Sexuality studies allow me to further grasp how the construction of gender and sexual difference intertwine to create the complexity of society. English is just a subject that I thoroughly enjoy. I love to read and challenge my mind with difficult concepts and texts. My final goal is to attend law school after my undergraduate. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Bold Goals Scholarship
    After high school, I want to go to the University of Washington in Seattle. I plan to major in Sociology and minor in English and Gender and Sexuality studies. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are, not from a mental or physical standpoint, but how their morals have been influenced by their world. Beyond that, classes in Gender and Sexuality studies allow me to further grasp how the construction of gender and sexual difference intertwine to create the complexity of society. English is just a subject that I thoroughly enjoy. I love to read and challenge my mind with difficult concepts and texts. My final goal is to attend law school after my undergraduate. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Bold Success Scholarship
    After high school, I want to go to the University of Washington in Seattle. I plan to major in Sociology and minor in English and Gender and Sexuality studies. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are, not from a mental or physical standpoint, but how their morals have been influenced by their world. Beyond that, classes in Gender and Sexuality studies allow me to further grasp how the construction of gender and sexual difference intertwine to create the complexity of society. English is just a subject that I thoroughly enjoy. I love to read and challenge my mind with difficult concepts and texts. My final goal is to attend law school after my undergraduate. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Bold Driven Scholarship
    After high school, I want to go to the University of Washington in Seattle. I plan to major in Sociology and minor in English and Gender and Sexuality studies. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are, not from a mental or physical standpoint, but how their morals have been influenced by their world. Beyond that, classes in Gender and Sexuality studies allow me to further grasp how the construction of gender and sexual difference intertwine to create the complexity of society. English is just a subject that I thoroughly enjoy. I love to read and challenge my mind with difficult concepts and texts. My final goal is to attend law school after my undergraduate. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Bold Career Goals Scholarship
    After high school, I want to go to the University of Washington in Seattle. I plan to major in Sociology and minor in English and Gender and Sexuality studies. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are, not from a mental or physical standpoint, but how their morals have been influenced by their world. Beyond that, classes in Gender and Sexuality studies allow me to further grasp how the construction of gender and sexual difference intertwine to create the complexity of society. English is just a subject that I thoroughly enjoy. I love to read and challenge my mind with difficult concepts and texts. My final goal is to attend law school after my undergraduate. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Bold Make Your Mark Scholarship
    After high school, I want to go to the University of Washington in Seattle. I plan to major in Sociology and minor in English and Gender and Sexuality studies. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are, not from a mental or physical standpoint, but how their morals have been influenced by their world. Beyond that, classes in Gender and Sexuality studies allow me to further grasp how the construction of gender and sexual difference intertwine to create the complexity of society. English is just a subject that I thoroughly enjoy. I love to read and challenge my mind with difficult concepts and texts. My final goal is to attend law school after my undergraduate. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Ron Johnston Student Athlete Scholarship
    I always acknowledge that I have grown up with an abundance of privilege. I am a white, cisgender girl, with a stable family, in a good community, and I go to one of the best high schools in the country. I have faced very little hardship compared to many girls outside of my area or country. However, sometimes I still feel singled out for being a girl. Years ago in gym class, the boys were playing floor hockey, and I wanted to play too. When I asked my gym teacher if I could play, he said “No, I don’t want you to get hurt. Maybe you should cheer for them.” I was a cheerleader at the time, but I also played floor hockey. I am not saying that me playing hockey outside of gym should have allowed me to play, he should have let me play solely for the fact that I wanted to participate. I was eight years old when I first experienced sexism. This past summer when I worked at my local grocery store, my supervisors told me that I outperformed every other employee that worked outside with me, most of whom were male. Every shift I would be approached by a male customer asking me if I needed help. I understand the notion of asking: a teen, outside in the heat, for six hours a day, but none of my male coworkers were ever asked or called “sweetheart” by male customers. They were never asked by female customers why they were out there, and “couldn’t they find a nice, strong young boy to take your spot?” After high school, I want to go to the University of Washington in Seattle. I plan to major in Sociology and minor in English and Gender and Sexuality studies. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are, not from a mental or physical standpoint, but how their morals have been influenced by their world. Beyond that, classes in Gender and Sexuality studies allow me to further grasp how the construction of gender and sexual difference intertwine to create the complexity of society. English is just a subject that I thoroughly enjoy. I love to read and challenge my mind with difficult concepts and texts. My final goal is to attend law school after my undergraduate. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Bold Impact Matters Scholarship
    After high school, I want to go to the University of Washington in Seattle. I plan to major in Sociology and minor in English and Gender and Sexuality studies. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are, not from a mental or physical standpoint, but how their morals have been influenced by their world. Beyond that, classes in Gender and Sexuality studies allow me to further grasp how the construction of gender and sexual difference intertwine to create the complexity of society. English is just a subject that I thoroughly enjoy. I love to read and challenge my mind with difficult concepts and texts. My final goal is to attend law school after my undergraduate. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Bold Dream Big Scholarship
    After high school, I want to go to the University of Washington in Seattle. I plan to major in Sociology and minor in English and Gender and Sexuality studies. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are, not from a mental or physical standpoint, but how their morals have been influenced by their world. Beyond that, classes in Gender and Sexuality studies allow me to further grasp how the construction of gender and sexual difference intertwine to create the complexity of society. English is just a subject that I thoroughly enjoy. I love to read and challenge my mind with difficult concepts and texts. My final goal is to attend law school after my undergraduate. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Bold Equality Scholarship
    After high school, I want to go to the University of Washington in Seattle. I plan to major in Sociology and minor in English and Gender and Sexuality studies. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are, not from a mental or physical standpoint, but how their morals have been influenced by their world. Beyond that, classes in Gender and Sexuality studies allow me to further grasp how the construction of gender and sexual difference intertwine to create the complexity of society. English is just a subject that I thoroughly enjoy. I love to read and challenge my mind with difficult concepts and texts. My final goal is to attend law school after my undergraduate. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.
    Bold Legacy Scholarship
    After high school, I want to go to the University of Washington in Seattle. I plan to major in Sociology and minor in English and Gender and Sexuality studies. I have always been interested in the innerworkings of society and why people are the way they are, not from a mental or physical standpoint, but how their morals have been influenced by their world. Beyond that, classes in Gender and Sexuality studies allow me to further grasp how the construction of gender and sexual difference intertwine to create the complexity of society. English is just a subject that I thoroughly enjoy. I love to read and challenge my mind with difficult concepts and texts. My final goal is to attend law school after my undergraduate. I want to become a Civil Rights lawyer and help individuals who feel they are not being treated with equal respect because of minute difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, or gender. Down the road, I would also like to start an organization or non-profit that helps young women and children achieve the goals that society holds them back from. I want to create a place where they can feel free to express themselves and expand their mind and body. My dream is to help create a world where no one is told “no” because of insignificant differences that society has deemed inferior.