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THE SID ROMÁN LAW 2024 HISPANIC STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP

We are happy to announce the winners of the 2024 Sid Roman Law Hispanic Student scholarship! The goal of this scholarship is to provide college-bound, Orlando area for Hispanic, Latino, and ESOL students the technology tools needed to attend and succeed in college.

 

The selection process was difficult as we received applications from many deserving students from Orange County high schools. After careful evaluation and video interviews with the finalists, we could not be prouder and more excited to announce our winners. 

Three (2) laptops valued at $1,000 or more were awarded to East River High School students Carlos Nunez-Sosa and Dylan Rodriguez (left to right in photo). These outstanding students met the scholarship's eligibility requirements and were selected based on their academic achievement, personal essay, recommendation letters, and financial need.


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2024 Winners

Carlos Nunez-Sosa

 

Carlos Nunez-Sosa is an East River High School student of Cuban-Honduran descent. Along with maintaining a rigorous academic workload, Carlos also worked with his parents in his family’s business during high school, and participated in Cross Country.

 

Although Carlos was accepted to several Ivy League universities, he has chosen to attend the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the fall, to pursue a degree in Biological Engineering. Carlos hopes to later pursue a research-oriented MD or MD-PhD degree.

Dylan Rodriguez 

 

Dylan Rodriguez is an East River High School student of Puerto Rican descent, and a Questbridge Scholar. During high school Dylan earned many college credits by taking over 20 AP, AICE, and Dual Enrollment courses, along with tutoring and mentoring elementary school students, and participating in Cross Country.

 

Dylan will be attending Northwestern University in Chicago in the Fall, to pursue a Mechanical Engineering degree. Dylan’s goal is to become a Licensed Professional Engineer, and hopes to later pursue Masters and possibly Ph.D. degrees as well.

Congratulations again to Carlos and Dylan! We are proud of your achievements and can't wait to see what the future holds for you! 

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