2017 CLARENCE DODGE SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
Being a union member has its benefits. In addition to better wages, retirement security, and health benefits, SEIU 521 members and retirees are eligible for a wide range of benefits and services, including scholarships. Learn more here.
SEIU Local 521 awards yearly college scholarship opportunities that enable members and their children to pursue their educational goals at colleges, universities, labor study programs and technical schools. Click here to learn more.
Congratulations to the following winners!
Marisela Aliki, works at Santa Clara County
Katherine Aliki—University of Hawaii, Kinesiology & Rehabilitation Service
Amparo Méndez, works at Santa Clara County
Yesenia Méndez—University of California Irvine, Political Science
Natesha Johnson, works at Kern County
Robert Johnson—California State University, Liberal Studies
Jackolyn Moreno, works at Kern County
Jalynn Williams—Southern New Hampshire University, Associate of Arts
Ronaldo Legrama, Sr., works at Santa Clara County
Ronaldo Legrama, Jr.—San Jose State University, Computer Science
Raul Carbajal, Jr., works at Monterey County
Lizette Carbajal—Hartnell Community College, Social Work
Linda O’Keeffe, works at Santa Clara County
Maggie O’Keeffe—University of Southern California, Biology
Genesis Aguilar, works at Salud Para la Gente
Genesis Aguilar—Hartnell College, Chicano Studies
Genetra Richardson, works at Kern County
Genetra Anthony—Bakersfield College, Biological Science/Medicine
Rachelle Chavez, works at Santa Clara County
Rachelle Chavez—Pacific Oaks College, Human Development