November 9, 2010
Anna Molosky receives $3,000 to attend university
The ESA Foundation has selected Anna Molosky, of Issaquah, as a 2010 ESA Foundation scholarship recipient.
Molosky is one of 30 women and minority students across the nation who received a $3,000 scholarship for the 2010-2011 school year. The scholarship will go toward Molosky’s education at Carnegie Mellon University as she pursues a career in computer and video game development.
Bree Blackhorse receives law school scholarship
Bree Blackhorse, a 2007 graduate of Issaquah High School and Seattle Pacific University in June, was named the Native Law Scholar for Seattle University School of Law, class of 2013.
The award is a full tuition scholarship for all three years of the J.D. program, totaling just under $120,000.