Meet the 2020 Rose Pak Memorial Scholars
The Rose Pak Memorial Scholarship has selected five outstanding scholars from low-income, immigrant families to receive tuition scholarships this year.
With the help of our community partners, local high schools and media sponsors, we received nearly four times the applications compared with previous years.
Here are recipients of the 2020 Rose Pak Memorial Scholarships:
Sabrina will be attending UC Irvine and she plans to major in Social Policy and Public Service. As a first-generation college student coming from a low-income household, she spent her high school years giving back to her community. She was an intern for the Opportunities for All Program which further solidifies her desire to help others.
Yvonne Haoye Du
Yvonne currently attends UCLA with a major in physiological science.
A first-generation immigrant who grew up in San Francisco, her goal is to become a physician. During high school she was involved with a health-related program to provide accessible healthcare to the API community while improving cultural and language inequalities.
Carmen was born in China and has lived in San Francisco since she was one and half years old, Carmen will attend UC Davis majoring in Biology and then she plans to pursue a nursing degree afterwards with specialization in Women’s Health/Midwifery/Public Health. As a future nurse, she hopes to contribute to a healthier society and help diminish health disparities in the community.
A first-generation Chinese-American from Oakland, Samuel currently attends
Harvard University majoring in computer science. In high school he was
Editor-in-Chief of the school newspaper, and such experience gave him the opportunity to learn to be a leader. He also volunteered to promote digital inclusion and literacy, issues which he cares deeply about.