A Scholarship Grants Opportunities
by Angelea Francesco
My college education has granted me opportunities I wouldn’t have had access to otherwise. The connections I’ve made, the knowledge I’ve gained, and the mentorship I’ve received have all been invaluable to me both personally and professionally. I now have a path in front of me I could not have dreamed of without my education, and for that, I’m incredibly grateful. Upon graduating, I intend to enter the LGBTQ+ health field in a development capacity. My heart lies in ensuring programs that serve queer people and other vulnerable populations have all the tools they need to be successful and sustainable.
Angelea Francesco is a recipient of the United Women in Faith National Scholarship and is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in rehabilitation and human services and a Chemical Dependency Prevention and Counseling Certificate at Penn State.