Screen_Shot_2014-08-18_at_8.01.25_PMToday, La Inmaculada Credit Union Limited gave three deserving students a chance at completing their secondary education as they were chosen as recipients of the institutions annual scholarship program. We met all three students and their guardians today and they shared with us their excitement upon receiving the good news.


Brianna Cuellar – Scholarship recipient


“I feel excited and thankful to God that he gave a sign to those people to revise my paper and that they gave me the scholarship, I want to thank them so much to give me this opportunity and I’ll try not to waste or anything but to work hard. I am so grateful and giving God thanks so much for that because you know it is all because of God that it touched the heart of these people and we are so grateful for all these people that chose her and these other little children and the young ladies too right, so we know that we always have to put God in everything.”


Nelia Dominguez – Scholarship Recipient


“Bueno pues no van a gastar mucho dinero así que con esa ayuda se pueden ayudar a comprar mis cosas así pues si no les alcanza el dinero.”


Maria Novelo – Reporter


“Y qué escuela escogiste?”


Nelia Dominguez – Scholarship Recipient


“BHSA porque a mis padres no le alcanzaba el dinero para mandarme en otros colegios que son más caros entonces BHSA es el más barato.”


Lucia Dominguez – Mother of Recipient


“Me siento contenta y alegre porque yo no pensaba esa ayuda para mí pero le doy gracias a Dios que callo esa ayuda para mí, para mi esposo y para mi hija también.”


Loannie Castillo – Scholarship recipient


“It covers the full four years and you need to get a 3.0 and need to be willing and participating in everything.”


Elizabeth Castillo – Mother of recipient


“I feel  very proud of my daughter and I know she had the potential to go for it and I expect a very grate work from her and I thank the Credit Union that they have helped to assist an I am very happy and proud that she got her scholarship.”


LICU’s Projects Manager, Yadeli Urbina, says their annual scholarship program is most rewarding since they are investing in education.


Yadeli Urbina – Projects Manager, LICU


“We believe in helping those we believe can exceed, we have one committee and we have one member of our Board of Directors, one from our Supervisor Committee and one from our Credit Committee, these volunteers Directors sits and review all the applications and based on need and merit they award to those they feel they can do the best with this assistance.  The assistance is one thousand dollars for the four years of high school so it one thousand times four is four thousand dollars per scholarship recipient and this year we gave three and we are very, very pleased and as the Credit Union grows so our profits and it grows so does our access and assistance increase as well.”

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