Fraser Stryker Awards Diversity Scholarships
Fraser Stryker has awarded its Diversity Scholarship Program to two high school students in the Omaha area. The firm is pleased to unveil that Wenbo Wang from Millard West High School and Anthony White from Burke High School are the recipients of this year's Diversity Scholarships to be used as part of their college funds.
Fraser Stryker honored Mr. Wang and Mr. White during a reception and awards presentation on Thursday, May 9, 2013, at 5:00 p.m. in the OPPD Energy Plaza Atrium at 409 South 17th Street. The event hosted the scholarship recipients, their families, Fraser Stryker employees and other invited guests.
Fraser Stryker wants to help talented students from diverse backgrounds who need financial help to fulfill their dream of working in the legal field. This program, started in 2006, provides financial aid for college-bound students and also give Fraser Stryker scholars the opportunity to learn about the practice of law by working in the firm during the summer months. Each scholarship is in the amount of $2,500 per academic year.
Wenbo Wang is a member of the Mayor's Youth Leadership Commission and Executive Board for Key Club. He is the founder and president of Go Club in the Omaha metro and is the co-president of the National Honor Society. Wenbo plans to study Pre-Law and Harvard University is among one of his top picks.
Anthony White is a member of the Future Business Leaders of America, Spanish National Honors Society, and is a school ambassador and guidance aide at Burke High School. He has received "Highest Honors" Honor Roll since the fall of 2009 and received the African American Achievement Award for academic excellence presented by National Pan-Hellenic. Anthony plans to attend Creighton University to study Pre-Law and Business.
Anthony White and Wenbo Wang
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