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Kairielys Colón


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Hello, I am Kairielys Colón Seguí, a puerto rican student. Here is a little bit about me I am a lover of studying. I love discovering new things and expanding my horizons. I am a passionate musician and singer. As well, I am creative and love to use my artistic skills to create new things to help others. I am interested in learning about cultures and languages. Thank you!


Universidad del Sagrado Corazon

Bachelor's degree program
2024 - 2024
  • Majors:
    • Music

Colegio Bautista De Caguas

High School
2011 - 2024


  • Desired degree level:

    Master's degree program

  • Graduate schools of interest:

  • Transfer schools of interest:

  • Majors of interest:

    • Music
  • Not planning to go to medical school
  • Career

    • Dream career field:


    • Dream career goals:

      Double Major in Performance: Voice and Music Production and Sound Engineering

    • Student

      Escuela Libre de Música
      2017 – Present7 years



    2011 – 20176 years


    • Silver medal in my town's olympics
    • Competitions medals


    • Choir

      International festival of choirs of Chile, Ecuador, Venezuela, etc. Puerto Rican night, Sunday Services, etc.
      2018 – Present
    • Band

      Sunday Service representation, Puerto Rican night
      2023 – Present
    • Theater Club

      En sus zapatos
      2020 – 2021

    Public services

    • Volunteering

      Girl Scouts of America — I helped in an orphanage bringing gifts. I planted a garden in common areas of my community and cleaned the coasts.
      2013 – 2018
    • Volunteering

      Summer Camp for Kids and teens — Leader
      2023 – 2023

    Future Interests





    Sara Molina Memorial Scholarship
    The education: Dream achiever As a female Puerto Rican student, is difficult to find a place where you can study whatever you want without others criticizing you because of your gender, nationality, or your decision for a career. I am a music student and have gone through multiple obstacles trying to reach my dreams of becoming an artist in our difficult system. I will explain in more detail the importance of education not only for me but for our people. In Puerto Rico, getting an education in the ’40s and ‘50s was difficult, especially for women. My grandmother could not go to school because she had to take care of her siblings and cook for them at her early nine years old. She raised five children on her own even without an education. My mom became a police officer with a bachelor's degree in criminal justice. Since I was a little girl, I have a passion for music, especially singing. Whenever someone asked me what I wanted to become when I grew up, I always said I wanted to be a singer. Most people saw that vision as something impossible to achieve. As I grew up, I started investigating and preparing to achieve that goal and for that, I needed to get a good education. Here in Puerto Rico opportunities for musicians are limited and for that reason, I want to get to Berklee College of Music and explore international studies. Getting an education is important because it prepares people for the world in every aspect of life. This important part of life should be available for everyone, and I want to be an example to everyone, especially the girls out there that want to achieve an education in and out of Puerto Rico. I want to be a living testimony that dreams come true you just must work for it and fight for it. Education is more than just going to school; it starts in home. Our guardians teach us morals to take with us throughout our lives, schools give us tools to get into what we want. What hurts me the most is that some cannot study because of financial situations. Education is a right, not a privilege. Before concluding, I want to thank everyone who is making this scholarship possible. Thank you for supporting students is our island. This gives me hope that our Puerto Rican youth will forge a brighter future for our country and the world. Thank you again!