Scholarships

The Erin Trujeque Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1989, the Erin Trujeque Memorial Scholarship is awarded to students who have undergone treatment for childhood cancer in New Mexico and wish to continue their education beyond high school. Erin Trujeque died of cancer in 1985 at the age of 12.

School is not always easy for a child diagnosed with cancer. Long term absences and affects from cancer and its treatments can make learning difficult. Financial burdens as a result of a cancer diagnosis can make saving money for college extremely difficult on families. The Erin Trujeque Memorial Scholarship was established to assure that children who may not be eligible to receive other scholarship assistance or afford college would still be able to attend.

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2018 Current Scholarship Recipients
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    Lauren – Colorado State University

  • Martin – New Mexico Highlands University

  • Katharine – University of New Mexico

  • Leslie- Central New Mexico Community College

  • Anita – New Mexico State University

  • Taryn – University of New Mexico

  • Noah – University of New Mexico

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    Lauren – University of New Mexico

  • Nina – University of New Mexico

  • Adriana- University of New Mexico

  • Michael – University of New Mexico

  • Brenton – Texas Tech University

  • Rhianna – University of New Mexico

  • Taylor- Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell

  • Samanta- University of New Mexico

  • Raquel- Eastern New Mexico University

  • Joshua- Central New Mexico Community College

  • Gabrielle- Central New Mexico Community College

  • Aiden- Penn State College of Medicine

  • Shannon- Clemson University

  • Abraham- Central New Mexico Community College

  • Anthony- Central New Mexico Community College

  • Justin-Universal Technical Institute

     

  • Allae- Central New Mexico Community College

  • Emilie- University of New Mexico

  • Nydia- University of New Mexico


  • 25
    Students Receiving
    Scholarship in 2018

  • $88,000
    Scholarships
    Awarded for 2018

  • $1.5 Million
    Scholarships
    Awarded since 2006

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