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QEMAMU REDDICK

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From the first day of fifth grade, I was gifted with an opportunity for a paid education. I did not know what this meant at first but over time I grew to understand what this scholarship meant for me. I was not like many other middle school students who would have to pay for their private school education or attend public school. I had a chance to learn without financial barriers and from fifth grade, through high school, I have taken this gift and used it to the best of my ability.

The scholarship allowed me to travel and help others on mission trips, meet with people I could only dream of meeting with, like mayors and organization leaders, and even learn at a level where I could improve immensely. I chose a private school because I had access to a better learning style and I did not have to worry about the cost. This has allowed me to learn about opportunities that can help me in the future and has shaped me into a well-rounded person.

Without the scholarships I have received I would not know half of the information I know and would not be the women I grew to be today, and for that I am grateful

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