The VSALGS Scholarship will be given
annually to a student who is an American citizen entering the first
year of college. He or she must have maintained a B average or
better in high school. Upon enrolling in a college or
university, he/she must take a full load of 12 hours or more. Additionally,
he or she must be related to a VSALGS member who has been two years in
the society. The relationship could be a son, daughter,
grandchild, niece or nephew.
Applications will be available annually the first week of March and
must be turned in by April 1st.
The recipient will be selected by April 30th.
For further information and guidelines, please contact Mary Treviño
Scholarship recipient Aubrey
Aubrey graduated from McKinney Boyd High School in McKinney, Texas,
with honors, received the Academic Excellence Award, and was a member of the National Honor Society.
She plans to attend the University of Alabama in the fall and major in the health science
field with the goal of becoming a Physician's Assistant.
Aubrey is the granddaughter of VSALGS members Norma R. Salinas and
step-granddaughter of webmaster Manuel G. Salinas.
Aubrey Nicole Woodruff, recipient of the annual VSALGS Scholarship for
Scholarship recipient Kassandra
Kassandra graduated from Alexander High School in Laredo with honors
(GPA of 100.56)
and was also a member of the National Honor Society.
She plans to attend TAMIU in the fall and major in the health science
Kassandra is the granddaughter of VSALGS members Ruben & Virginia
Kassandra Nicole Pena, recipient of the annual VSALGS Scholarship for
Scholarship recipient Chanelle Salinas
Chanelle graduated from Winston Churchill High School in San Antonio.
Chanelle Salinas, recipient of the annual VSALGS Scholarship for
Scholarship recipient Aric Hagy
Aric is a senior at United High School and plans to major in
aeronautical engineering at Texas A&M University, College Station.
Scholarship Committee Member, Mary Trevino, presenting the annual VSALGS Scholarship for
to Aric Hagy.
Scholarship recipient José Geromino Treviño,
José is a senior at Alexander High School and plans to major in
music. The scholarship funds go to a college of his choice.
President Alfredo R. Gutierrez Jr. presenting the
first annual VSALGS Scholarship for 2008
to José Geronimo Treviño, III