Case Study: Annie Scutte

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Annie Scutte is a senior at Jones High School who has taken numerous rigorous classes to challenge her and fulfill her goals of attaining academic success. She is an outstanding student with a great personality and knows how to lighten up a room with her smile. She has been involved in several organizations throughout her high school career and is a student athlete with a 4.0 unweighted grade point average and a 5.0 weighted grade point average.
Miss Scutte is a third-year POPS student, a nonprofit organization that started eleven years ago in Orlando to provide personal and professional development for teenagers who face social and economic barriers. She’s also a fourth-year participant in the 100 Black Men Organization, Orlando Chapter and was specifically chosen for her academic achievements and achievements. Miss Scutte also played on the Jones
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As a Pediatric Oncologist, she is determined to develop cures for cancer so that children will have a chance at experiencing a normal childhood. Miss Scutte aspires to obtain a chemical engineering degree from Florida State University which she will enhance her chances of being accepted into medical school. Miss Scutte will continue to strive through medical school and persevere to accomplish her goals of becoming a Pediatric Oncologist. Miss Scutte also has a passion for helping those in need and wishes to give back to her community in any way possible. Among her many passions, Miss Scutte aspires to start he own non-profit youth organization in her community which will ensure that young adults have greater opportunities than she did and inspire them to achieve their goals dreams despite any obstacles that they may encounter on their path to success. Receiving the CHUMS scholarship will provide me with the financial capabilities to achieving her goals and have a great impact on her

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