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Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations to Our 2019 Scholarship Recipients!

Scholarship winners excel in academic achievement and leadership, highlighted by their dedication to community service and extracurricular activities.

Over 20 years, 1,443 scholars have been awarded 1,520 scholarships totaling more than $6.8 million from the Los Alamos Employees' Scholarship Fund and privately ewndowed scholarship funds.

Some award levels are determined by specific qualifications including the pursuit of STEM degrees, first-generation college students, Native American students, teachers, outstanding leadership, higher financial need, resiliency and determination, and residency in certain communities.

Donate to Scholarships        2018 Award Winners

Traditional 4-Year Undergraduate Degree Scholarships

The selections process is currently underway for 2019 traditional 4-year awards. Winner announcements will be made in April.


Regional College/Returning Student Scholarship Recipients

1,500 one-time awards are given in two yearly groups

January 2019 Recipients

  • Katharine Chavez of Santa Fe, studying nutrition at Santa Fe Community College
  • Anjala Coughlin of Santa Fe, studying business administration & accounting at Santa Fe Community College
  • Danielle Frybarger of Los Alamos, studying respiratory therapy at Santa Fe Community College
  • Tammy Hashey of Taos, studying integrative massage therapy at University of New Mexico-Taos
  • Michael Hill of Santa Fe, studying nursing at Santa Fe Community College
  • Annaleigh Medeiros of Santa Fe, studying nursing at Santa Fe Community College
  • John Montoya of Las Vegas, studying nursing at Luna Community College
  • Rachael Mueller of Santa Fe, studying science at Santa Fe Community College
  • Meagan Nieto of Santa Fe, studying radiation protection at Northern New Mexico College
  • Molly Osmera of Santa Fe, studying nursing at Santa Fe Community College
  • Marty Rosetta of Las Vegas, studying welding at Santa Fe Community College
  • Nathane Salazar of Española, studying information technology & cyber security at University of New Mexico-Los Alamos
  • Sarah Schoen of Taos, studying nursing at Santa Fe Community College
  • Lindsy Solomon of Chamisal, studying nursing at Northern New Mexico College
  • Vienna Thomas of Santa Fe, studying allied health at Santa Fe Community College
  • Constancia Trujillo of Ranchos de Taos, studying pre-science for nursing at University of New Mexico-Taos

Abiquiú Land Grant – Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Scholarship Recipient (RCRS)

  •  Anastasia Maestas of Española, studying biology at Northern New Mexico College

Don & Connie Cobb Education Scholarship (RCRS)

  • Theresa Montoya of Peña Blanca, studying teacher education at Santa Fe Community College

Marvin Martin Mueller Memorial Scholarship (RCRS)

  • Priscilla Garcia of Velarde, studying respiratory therapy at Santa Fe Community College

Top photo caption L to R: $15,000 Silver Scholars Gabriella Rodriguez from Capital High School and Natalie Longmire-Kulis from Desert Academy; $10,000 Copper Scholar Maximiño Manzanares from The Academy for Technology and the Classics; $15,000 Silver Scholar Benjamin Shelton from The Academy for Technology and the Classics; $10,000 Susan Herrera Scholar Brandon Lujan from Española Valley High School; $20,000 Gold Scholar Selah Winston from Santa Fe Preparatory School; and $10,000 Susan Herrera Scholar Viviana Martinez Espiricueta from The MASTERS Program pictured at Santa Fe Community College gathering of community leaders.