The Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABoR) Foundation is pleased to award scholarships of $1,000 to 10 graduating high school seniors in the Austin area. Each year, the Foundation recognizes students’ academic merit, extracurricular involvement and employment histories with scholarships that are good for use at any Texas college or university.
The Foundation warmly congratulates these deserving scholarship recipients: Sarah Kocurek of Blanco High School, who will study education at Tarleton State University; Ashty Karim of Round Rock High School, who will study chemical engineering at UT-Austin; Nickolas Abbott of Taylor High School, who will study international journalism at Baylor University; Chase Goetz of Lexington High School, who will study mechanical engineering at Texas A&M University; Ying Guo of David Crockett High School, who will study electrical engineering at UT-Austin; Jaclyn C. Joseph of Round Rock High School, daughter of REALTOR® Michael Joseph, who will study business at UT-Austin; Colin A. Hawkins of LBJ High School, who will study physics at UT-San Antonio; Darlene King of McCallum High School, who will study mechanical engineering at UT-Austin; Teresia Pham of Cedar Park High School, who will study medicine at UT-Austin; and Aaron Tonn of Giddings High School, who will study agricultural engineering at Blinn College and Texas A&M University.
As this year’s selection process was highly competitive, the winners distinguished themselves by demonstrating a high level of maturity for his or her age and a commitment to both personal and community development. ABoR is proud of their accomplishments and wishes them the best as they embark on their college careers.
The ABoR Foundation, representing more than 8,000 licensed REALTORS® in Central Texas, is a charitable organization that provides scholarships, conducts service projects in the community and helps REALTORS® and their families in the event of catastrophe. Established in 1978, the ABoR Foundation has awarded nearly 250 scholarships to high school seniors to help families put their children through college.