CCSO Scholarship Winners
Young people are the future of tomorrow. This is an old adage, however, it is the truth. The CCSO scholarship brings forth some of the finest young people to our attention. All of these young individuals stand out because of their community involvement and drive for excellence. They have kept a grade point average in high school (9-12) at or higher than 3.8, which is not an easy task when participating in school, church, and community activities. We applaud them all and wish them a bright tomorrow.
California Correctional Supervisors Organization
2017 CCSO Scholarship Winners
Congratulations to the Graduates!
The CCSO office is pleased to announce the 2017 scholarship winners! All the applicants had outstanding grade point averages as well as volunteered in their church or community while being involved in school activities. However, one young woman stood out above the rest; therefore CCSO selected Elisabeth Cupp as the top recipient of the $1,500 award for her outstanding academic grade point average in high school, school activities, and outside community involvement. Elisabeth was accepted at BYU and undeclared her major. She graduated from Del Norte County High School with a total GPA of 4.14. Sergeant Scott Cupp of PBSP is the proud father of this year’s top scholarship winner.
CCSO awarded two $1000 awards to applicants with an academic grade point average well exceeding our requirements and who volunteered in their community. We congratulate:
Natalie C. Hernandez – CSU Stanislaus (Grandmother is retired Sergeant Maria Ramirez @ VSP)
Mariah N. Clark – UCLA (Mother is SRNII Paula Clark @ CIW)
CCSO also awarded three $500 awards to applicants with an academic grade point average well exceeding our requirements and who volunteered in their community. We congratulate:
Sydney A. Burk – ASU Barrett’s Honors College (Father is Lieutenant John Burt @ CVSP)
Chad Lee – UC Davis – (Father is DDS Stephen Lee @ RJD)
Shawn A. Strealy – Univ Colorado (Father is ACFM Robert Medina II @ CIM)
CCSO received many applicants, and we wish them all an academic journey of learning and enjoyment in the college experience.
California Law Enforcement Association Scholarship Winner!
CCSO is also proud to announce that the California Administration Insurance Services and the California Law Enforcement Association (CLEA) announced that one of their $500 scholarship recipients is the child of Captain David Stebbins who is a member of CCSO. Ashley Stebbins plans to attend California State University, Long Beach and major in Film Narrative Production.
These young men and women far exceeded their high school requirements and volunteered within their communities. On behalf of CCSO, we wish them all the best in college and in their future endeavors. Enjoy college and continue on your path to success.
We thank all the applicants who submitted applications, and wish them all the best in their pursuit of higher education.