The Crimson and Cream Foundation are thrilled to award eight new scholarships for the 2023-24 academic year. Brian Banks, Sydney McDaniel, and Na’Taliyah Edison are the recipients of this year's top awards.
Brian is a graduate of Benilde-St. Margaret's and will attend the University of Wisconsin Madison. Brian is pursuing a major in Finance and plans to become a successful financial analyst to provide innovative and strategic solutions to complex financial challenges.
Sydney, a graduate of The Breck School, will attend Duke University as a Pre-Med student majoring in Biology. Her goals include becoming an Obstetrician-Gynecologist and eventually owning multiple practices around various cities.
Na’Taliyah graduated from Brooklyn Center High School. She sought out a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) to attend and selected Spelman College. She will major in Biology with a Pre-medicine emphasis to become a Dermatologist.
Ana Davis, a Washburn High School graduate, and Camille Crump a graduate of Roseville High School, also received scholarship and will attend Bemidji State and Florida A&M University, respectively. Lastly, three graduates from Wellstone International High School, Eyiceni Diricio Balbuena, Kevin Vaca, and Akim Luchelo, each received a scholarship, Eyiceni will attend St. Catherine’s University, Kevin will attend Augsburg University, and Akim will attend the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Crimson & Cream Foundation, established in 1996, is a nonprofit, tax-exempt, publicly supported organization as described in Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Our mission is to engage in, advance, promote and administer charitable, educational scholarships, leadership activities, and projects for deserving youth in the state of Minnesota.
Foster and enhance academics
· Develop leadership and social skills of the youth in the Twin Cities
· Provide scholarships opportunities for
· Partner with community organizations and programs that support youth and their families
· Promote the public’s understanding of, and support for new and existing community
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