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Women of the Dream’s 2021 Scholarship Recipients

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Women of the Dream’s annual scholarship is open to all senior girls enrolled in Camden’s public, private, and charter high schools. Assistance with essay writing and other components of the application are available to scholarship applicants.  To date, Women of the Dream has provided scholarships to 37 young women.  The first cohort of scholarship recipients in 2017 all graduated from college in 2021!

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The Hon. Victor Carstarphen, Mayor of the City of Camden, NJ, address the audience at Women of the Dream’ 2021 Scholarship Event.
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8th Grader Sasha dazzled and delighted the audience with Alicia Key’s “This Girl is on Fire” at the 2021 Scholarship Event.
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Adelina Hernandez, a 2017 Women of the Dream scholarship recipient, graduated from Caldwell University in 2021. She was among the first cohort of scholarship recipients to graduate from college!

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Paralee Knight of the Wells Fargo Foundation addresses the audience at the 2021 Scholarship Program. Wells Fargo Foundation is a major sponsor for our scholarship events.
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Women of the Dream’s Kauthar with her mother, Shakir, at the 2021 Scholarship Program.
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Katrina McCombs, Superintendent, Camden City School District, address the audience at the 2021 Scholarship Program.
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Women of the Dream’s top scholarship recipient, Zhamina Faulkner, now a freshman at Barnard College In NYC, presents founder and CEO, Leslie Morris, with flowers at the 2021 Scholarship Program.
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Lanasia Robinson, Women of the Dream’s 2020 Scholarship Recipient and a student at Howard University, presents Zhamina Faulkner with her scholarship at the 2021 Scholarship Program.