EB 211 Scholarship Recipients

Named Scholarships of $2,000 Awarded in 2019

Helen Larimore Memorial Scholarship (Katherine Philippe) - Iqra Burney
Pete Philippe Memorial Scholarship (Katherine Philippe) - Dominique Hokan

 

Named Scholarships of $1,000 Awarded in 2019

Arron Associates (Richard Cozzi) - Sage Contreas
Rita and John Canning - Jagoda Szostakiewicz and Daniela Torres
Linda and Gerald Chapman  - Shabistha Mohammed
Kathy Carroll (Maribeth Daines) - Margarita Ramirez Rodriguez
Derick Dermatology (Amy Derrick)  - Jalynn Bradford
Denise and Gerald Fitzgerald, Jr. - Refugio Moreno and Salma Zavala
Renee and Terry Graber - Vanessa Alonso
Diane Hill - Rabiya Salman and Shayla Sanchez
Ellie and Mike Kanis - Yemarian Eyob, U'Daria Smith, and Alexis West

Denise and David Long - Leslie Madrid and Purva Patel

Orange and Blue Scholarship (Katherine Philippe) - Sohaib Qazi

Arlene Overhue - Harpreet Auby

Nancy and John Robb - Talia Dillon

Regina and Jim Roland - Cristina Bravo

Diane and Mike Thompson - Jungman Yoo

Wintrust Community Banks

Palatine Bank and Trust - Eduardo Gill

Barrington Bank and Trust - Jaritza Gonzalez

Hoffman Estates Community Bank - ​Abey Avila-Lopez, Iris Mutiu, and Jewish Soni

Additional Scholarship Recipients

Cindy Aguilera-Navarro, Rawan Ali AbduAli, Harprett Auby, Guilherme Deghi, Bogart Flores, Jaritza Gonzalez, Giovanna La Porta, Ivonne Malagon Arreola, Dalia Marquez, Jorge Orales-Medina, Anthony Navarette, Nubia Olvera, Fatima Parraquirre Alvarado, Purva Patel, Harim Rodriguez, Izabella Stankiewic

Renewable Scholarship Continuing in 2019 Recipients

Lilebeth Arreola, Cristina Bravo, Talia Dillon, Yemarian Eyob, Shabistha Mohammed, Karla Perez, Sohaib Qazi, U'Daria Smith

 

 
Excel Beyond 211 is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization affiliated with Dollars for Scholars that provides personalized mentoring and college-success strategies to selected first-generation college students. The organization also provides smaller monetary awards throughout the school year to help meet unanticipated college-related expenses.  Excel Beyond 211 generates money for its scholarship program through donations from individuals and corporations, and from fund-raising events.