Young Women with Bright Futures

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Young Women with Bright Futures honorees and 2023 save the date

Established in 1994, YWCA Young Women With Bright Futures Awards Program provides an opportunity for community recognition of outstanding young women who are high school seniors.  Honorees are selected by their high school administrators based on leadership qualities, creative talents, the pursuit of academic excellence, and volunteer service.

YWCA Mahoning Valley has received a grant from the Thomases Family Endowment of the Youngstown Area Jewish Federation to provide scholarship awards to two senior students for $3,000 and $2,000 per year for up to four years of college towards their bachelor’s degree.  Total award amount per student is $12,000 and $8,000 over four years of college.  Scholarships are limited to honorees pursuing colleges with Main Campuses in Northeastern Ohio and Northwestern Pennsylvania.

Also included are three leadership development sessions and a community service project.  The leadership development component has been expanded to include women who are juniors in high school.

Young Women with Bright Futures

Congratulations to our 2022 honorees!

Austintown Fitch: Alyssa Ruggles
Boardman: Arabella Malie
Campbell Memorial: Courtney King
Canfield: Madison Angelo
Chaney: Rhiea Gordon
Choffin CTC: Erra’ci Hines
East: Andrea Williams
Girard: Kaylynn Thomas
Howland: Kalliopi Gentis
Hubbard: Delaney Panigall
Jackson-Milton: Megan Finnie
Lakeview: Grace Mazur
Liberty: Allyson Jones
Lowellville: Haley Cutter
Mathews: Kaitlyn Riddell
McDonald: Lucia Wolford
Mineral Ridge: Sylvia Whittaker-Traw
Niles McKinley: Hannah Loveless
Poland Seminary: Lydia Noble
Sebring McKinley: Olivia Hawk
South Range: Krista Borton
Springfield Local: Anna Duraney
Struthers: Ella Croyle
Ursuline: Marina Sepuiveda
Valley Christian: Katie Murray
Warren G. Harding: Ryan Gump
West Branch: Addyson Jones
Western Reserve: Hannah Diaz
Youngstown Early College: Jenna Croy