Saint Leo Scholarship Recipients: Investments in the Future
April 06, 2011
University President Arthur F. Kirk, Jr., with three Saint Leo students who spoke Thursday during the Opening Doors of Opportunity Scholarship Luncheon at the beginning of Homecoming 2011. The luncheon allows scholarship donors the chance to meet and mingle with current students benefiting from their generosity. Additionally, three students were chosen to speak to the entire audience about their academic experiences and the career paths they are pursuing.
Ashley Asel ’13 (pictured
at right) is majoring in both elementary education and psychology.
She would like work as a school counselor overseas. Ian DiMitri ’11
(at left), graduating with a degree in business administration,
shared that he is the first in his family to be graduating from
college. He found that involvement in student activities helped him
develop leadership skills that he expects will serve him well in
his career. Oscar Redden ’11 (second from right), is another
business major who is also the first in his family to graduate from
college. He said he discovered at Saint Leo that “I can create my
own destiny.” He plans to enroll in the weekend Master of Business
Administration program at University Campus after graduation, and
plans to become a scholarship donor himself one day.
View more photos from this event and others from 2011 Rock of Ages Homecoming weekend .