The Annual Jean C. Seratti High School Scholarship Program has been enhanced by the Granada Hills Rotary Club Foundation and is now self-supporting, thanks in part to a "challenge grant" from Dr. Karen Seratti and matching contributions from local businesses and residents.
Scholarships to assist graduating high school students from Granada Hills, Kennedy, Hillcrest Christian, and LA Baptist are provided to advance their collegiate careers. The Program is named in honor of Granada Hills Rotarian Jean C. Seratti, who did so much for the Rotary over the years.
Congratulations to the following GHC seniors on their scholarship awards!
MOISES SABIDO GARCIA
"I plan to study mechanical engineering at Olin College with the goal to some day work for an influential automotive company!" - Moises
"After graduating, I will be attending the University of California, Berkeley as an Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (EECS) + Business Administration double major through the M.E.T. (Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology) program. My goal is to work at the intersection of AI and sustainability, creating smart and accessible greentech solutions through my future startups." - Megha
"Currently, my plans after graduating high school are to pursue a career within the field of biology! Although I am not completely sure what facet of biology I would like to explore, I’m interested in biomedical engineering and genetics. In addition, I hope to get involved with research opportunities and internships during my time at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology." - Rachel
"I plan to study international business and engineering entrepreneurship at the University of Pennsylvania next fall, hoping to innovate at the forefront of business, policy, and technology." - Sarah
About the Granada Hills Rotary Club
The Granada Hills Rotary Foundation is a 501c3 charitable corporation which exists to support the Granada Hills Rotary Club. All philanthropic and related activities are conducted by the Foundation, which has its own Board of Directors. Grants and contributions from other Foundations, civic groups, and municipalities, along with individual contributions, fund many of the programs of the Granada Hills Rotary Club and have allowed us to expand our outreach and satisfy Rotary's motto of "Service Above Self."
http://www.granadahillsrotary.org/ Source: Granada HIlls Rotary