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Taylor Farms 2019 Scholarship Luncheon

Jul 15th, 2019

For almost a decade now, Taylor Farms has been awarding college scholarships to deserving students looking to further their academic goals. On Friday June 28, we held this year’s Scholarship Luncheon and awarded 20 students, who are children of active, full-time Taylor Farms employees, with a $5,000 academic scholarship and to date have issued over one million dollars in academic scholarships.

We’ve partnered with Community Foundation for Monterey County for the past two years on the Taylor Farms Scholarship program.  This partnership allows our applicants to utilize their online platform to apply for 40+ additional local scholarships instantly that they may not have been aware of. They simultaneously apply for the Taylor Farms Scholarship and any others that they are qualified for. This year three students won additional scholarships through the Community Foundation of Monterey County this year.

Scholarship recipient, Mariluz Tejeda-Leon, with her family and Bruce Taylor and Mark Campion of Taylor Farms

Scholarship recipient, Pablo Mendoza-Contreras, with family and Bruce Taylor and Mark Campion of Taylor Farms

We believe an excellent education is the foundation of a thriving future. Each year, we strive to support the children of our valued team members with academic scholarships to pursue their college dreams. Hector Juarez-Vargas, was one of last year’s recipients and is now attending the University of California, Berkeley. Read about this story here.

We are proud to share the Taylor Farms 2019 Scholarship list – Congratulations to all! 

  • Adan Lopez Calderon – University of California, Berkeley
    Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
  • Francisco Javier Romero- San Francisco State University
    Architecture and Related Services
  • Jesus Alfaro- University of California, Santa Barbara
    Psychology
  • Jonathan Josue Quintero Ramos – California State University, Monterey Bay
    Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
  • Leonardo Reynoso – University of California, Davis
    Agriculture, Agriculture Operations and Related Sciences
  • Matthew Steven Morasca – University of Nevada, Reno
    Health Professions and Related Programs
  • Pablo Mendoza-Contreras – University of California Davis
    Legal Professions and Studies
  • Ronaldo Aguilera – University of California, Los Angeles
    Social Sciences
  • Seth-Abdiel Briano Palacios – Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
    History
  • Andrea Rivera Maranon – California State University Fresno
    Health Professions and Related Programs
  • Brenda Ruby Rodriguez- University of California, Berkeley
    Biological and Biomedical Sciences
  • Cecilia Linares – UC Davis
    Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs
  • Emma Horton – University of California, Los Angeles
    Biological and Biomedical Sciences
  • Erika Servin Vela – California State University, Monterey Bay
    Psychology
  • Gloria Angelica Tinoco Estrada – California State University, Monterey Bay
    Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences
  • Jasmine Beltran – Sacramento State University
    Biological and Biomedical Sciences
  • Karen G Navarro – California State University Long Beach
    Biological and Biomedical Sciences
  • Maria Ramirez – University of California, Davis
    Engineering
  • Mariluz Tejeda-Leon – Yale University
    Social Sciences
  • Maria Guadalupe Duran – Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
    Agriculture, Agriculture Operations and Related Sciences

 


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