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Be a Loud & Proud Supporter of AWC Foundation

The BEA-lieve scholarship was created by our very own, Ana English, in memory of her sister, Beatrice "Bea" Garcia.  Bea was a first generation student, the first to receive a  Bachelors degree in their family.  The scholarship is awarded to a student(s) to assist with costs of attending Arizona Western College.

This scholarship is supported by members of the AWC faculty and staff.  Consider the BEA-lieve scholarship as your payroll deduction today.

 

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