Announcing 2020 USPAACC College Scholarship Recipients


We would like to sincerely thank everyone that participated in USPAACC 2020 College Scholarships especially to our Scholarship committee leaders, and sponsors to make it possible during this unprecedented time.

We are so delighted to announce that the most 14 talented and hardworking college-bound high school seniors who demonstrate academic achievement, community service, and financial need have been selected as 2020 scholarship recipients of the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation - College Scholarship Program. The competition was very keen but their academic record, essay, and extracurricular activities put them on the top.

Below are the USPAACC 2020 College Scholarship recipients:

  • Chloe Nguyen
  • Kiersten Chloe S. San Juan
  • Le Yi Feng Zheng
  • Lena Oeun
  • Mariam Majeed
  • Matthew Jeffrey Trees
  • Michelle Dinh
  • Michelle K. Vong
  • Pedro Ivan Espinoza Buitron
  • Rebekah Micu
  • Ricky Lam
  • Samirah Saleh Apdalhaliem
  • Tia Chang
  • Way Myo

We are so excited to see these students at our virtual scholarship ceremony more details of which will be informed soon.

Again, congratulations to all the students and we very much look forward to seeing you again in the ceremony!

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