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Women & Hi Tech Awards Book Scholarships

07/19/2020 9:45 AM | Anonymous

In support of our mission to ensure STEM is equally inclusive to all, Women & Hi Tech was excited to partner with the Indianapolis Professional Association (IPA) to award three book scholarships to local, African American women pursuing STEM at the collegiate level. Along with all 15-20 IPA book scholarship recipients, Women & Hi Tech would like to congratulate the following young ladies who are graduates of the Class of 2020, exceptional examples of academic excellence, and therefore, each was selected as a recipient of a $500 IPA/Women & Hi Tech book scholarship as well as a 1-year free membership to Women & Hi Tech. The book scholarships were awarded to students by Women & Hi Tech Past President, Angela B. Freeman, during IPA’s first virtual event that was held yesterday in lieu of its annual Spring Youth Empowerment and Achievement Awards Breakfast. Congratulations again to Lore, Cicely, and Iyonna for pursuing your STEM career aspirations! Women & Hi Tech is excited to support you!

Lore Akinola Afolabi
Crispus Attucks High School graduate, pursuing a career as a General Surgeon at Marian University.
 

Cicely Miller
North Central High School graduate, attending Xavier University in Louisiana to pursue a career as an OB/GYN.

 

Iyonna Evans
Arsenal Tech High School graduate, pursuing biology and forensics at Indiana State University in Terre Haute.

IPA was founded in October, 1984 by six far-sighted attorneys and a judge who were members of the Marion County Bar Association, a legal professional organization, comprised of mostly African American attorneys. IPA’s mission is, To promote and develop the education and economy of African Americans and to encourage others to do so To be a network for African Americans to gather and to discuss and exchange ideas To afford assistance and training to African Americans and others in various professions, businesses and occupations To act as role models and mentors for African-Americans and others throughout the community. 

To learn more about IPA, please visit https://www.ipaindy.org/




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