For Immediate Release
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March 8, 2016 - King’s students Daniel Cabarcas, Camille Sandoval, and Steven Tlatenchi were selected to receive the 2015 McGowan Hispanic Scholarship.
The McGowan Hispanic Scholarship was initiated in 2008 with the generous support from the McGowan Charitable Fund. Recipients will receive full tuition and room and board expenses for their four years at King’s College. They are expected to maintain a 3.2 grade point average and to contribute five hours of community service each week.
A resident of Tobyhanna, Daniel Cabarcas is a freshman in the physician’s assistant program at King’s.
He is the son of Jose Cabarcas and Mariana Estrada of Patterson, N.J.
Camille Sandoval, Stroudsburg, is a freshman majoring in biology and pre-med at King’s. She is a member of the Neuroscience Club.
She is the daughter of Dolores Sandoval and Bolivar Sandoval of Stroudsburg.
Steven Tlatenchi, Wilkes-Barre, is a sophomore in the physician’s assistant program at King’s. He was awarded the scholarship after being nominated for his academic success during his freshman year.
Prior to college, he participated in the McGowan Hispanic Outreach High School Mentoring and Summer Residential Enrichment programs at King’s. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Campus Ministry Advisory Council at King’s.
He is the son of Margarito Tlatenchi and Maria Tlatenchi of Wilkes-Barre.
Tlatenchi, Sandoval, and Cabarcas