Kelsey Lynn Martinez Scholarship Program
2021 Scholarship Winners
The Today Will Be Great Foundation is honored to announce our scholarship recipients for 2021.
Madisyn Cirino will be attending UC Santa Barbara in the fall. She will be majoring in economics, but is unsure what she wants to do once she graduates. Madisyn does know it will have something to do with business for sure.
Sandra Jimenez plans on attending the University of Oregon and at this time the plan is to major in Public relations or Sports Management.
Amanda Martin is attending UC Davis this fall majoring in biology with the hope of becoming a veterinarian.
Good luck to these 3 young adults and as they begin their next step in a journey of success.
2020 Scholarship Winners
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Class of 2020 Scholarship recipients were announced via a virtual presentation. This year’s recipients are:
Kenna will continue her education at a local community college before heading on to a University to pursue her dreams of becoming a veterinarian.
Alexus Slaney has been accepted at the University of Nevada, where she will pursue her degree in Nursing.
We wish these bright young ladies the best of luck in all of their endeavors.
2019 Scholarship Winners
Founded in 2018, the Kelsey Lynn Martinez Scholarship Fund was pleased to award two scholarships in the Spring of 2019 to two deserving high school seniors. Kelsey’s family has taken a tragedy and turned it into a positive by helping others pursue their educational goals.
Leslie will begin San Francisco State University in the Fall of 2019 to study Criminal Justice.
Madison will be attending Los Medanos College in Pittsburg, CA in the Fall and then plans to transfer to a 4-year college where she will study to become a labor & delivery nurse.
2018 Scholarship Winner
In the Spring of 2o18, the Kelsey Lynn Martinez Scholarship Fund awarded their first scholarship to high school senior student Dario Gomez who enrolled at San Joaquin Delta College in the Fall of 2018.
Scholarship Recipient Dario Gomez, June 26, 2018