August 2019 Winners of the Isaacs & Isaacs Scholarships!

Isaacs & Isaacs 2019 Scholarship Winners!


Congratulations to the 2019 Winners! Read Their Essays Below

Isaacs & Isaacs congratulates the three winners of the 2019 I&I Scholarships. It was a difficult task for our team to decide on just three winners from the many submissions we received. We thank every student for taking the time to enter our contest this year.

 

Here are the 3 Winning Submissions In No Particular Order

Sidni S Winner 2019

My name is Sidni S. This will be my second year attending Kent State University at Kent, OH. I chose to pursue fashion design simply because of my passion to create art that represents myself. Ever since I was a little girl I knew that I’d be involved in the textile industry from the way that I made little skirts and jackets for barbie dolls. Kent State seems like a perfect fit because it has one of the top fashion programs in the country that would help me build a foundation for a career.
See Sidni’s Essay


Anthony G Winner 2019

Hi, my name is Anthony G. and I am a graduate of Trinity High School. While in high school, I was a part of the varsity soccer and track teams. Academically, I was a four-time recipient of the Shamrock Award for making honor roll in both semesters of each school year. Now that I have graduated, I will be attending the University of Kentucky. I am attending college because I wish to pursue a degree in engineering. I hope to one day work for a company such as Tesla, SpaceX, or Apple because of my fascination by technology.
See Anthony’s Essay


Zane S Winner 2019

Zane S. is a student, medical law strategic analyst, part-time horse caretaker, and visionary. As a rising freshman, he attends the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University Bloomington and is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a minor in Computer Science. Throughout his high school career, he was a member of many clubs and organizations that catalyzed his academic and personal development. Notably, he oversaw the competitive business club, Carmel DECA, fulfilling mentorship roles and management for its famous student-run coffeeshop, the Carmel Café and Market.
See Zane’s Essay