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The Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation through the Los Alamos Employees Scholarship Fund (LAESF) announces ten 2012 Regional College/Returning Student Scholarship Fund recipients.
This fund awards scholarships to students returning to formal education, after a hiatus for other pursuits. These scholarship candidates may have left formal education for business, the military, or other reasons, possibly for an extended period, and are now seeking to expand their opportunities with a certificate or a two-year degree through a program in the regional area.
• Sainie Atencio: A resident of Sandoval County, enrolled at Santa Fe Community College this Santo Domingo Pueblo jeweler/businesswoman is pursuing an Associate in Applied Science degree in media arts, to learn web design both for her own business and for other companies in her community.
• Megan Avina: A resident of Taos County, enrolled at Northern New Mexico College, this accomplished and awarded New Mexico photographer is making a major shift—teaching is her new career. Now as a teacher’s aide at the Taos Integrated School for the Arts charter school, she is facilitating small math and reading groups. The Education degree is a key to her achieving full teaching appointments.
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