Bank of Guam announced the selection of 5 Ifit Scholars. Each recipient will be awarded $2,000 to be used towards any 4-year accredited college or university.

Hagåtña, GU – Since 2011, 55 students have been named Ifit Scholars from Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Republic of Belau, and San Francisco, California.
Bank of Guam’s Ifit Scholarship program is open to high school seniors who plan on continuing their education at an accredited college or university. Recipients are selected based on a blend of academic achievement and extracurricular activities.
The Class of 2022 Bank of Guam Ifit Scholars are:

  1. Kiran Toh, Father Duenas Memorial School (Guam), pursuing degrees in Medical Humanities and Mathematics in Columbia University this Fall. 2. Michelle Onejeme, Guam High School (Guam), pursuing a degree in Psychology at Texas Tech University this Fall. 3. Vivien Liu, Marianas High School (Saipan), pursuing a degree in Political Science at Amherst College this Fall. 4. Rownel Coloma, Marianas High School (Saipan), accepted into the Political Science program at the University of California at Irvine. 5. Tilo Trux, Yap Catholic High School (Yap), aiming to pursue a degree in Business with a focus on Tourism at the University of Guam this Fall.
    “For 11 years now, we’ve invested in tomorrow’s leaders through our Ifit Scholarship program, each one of them representing the qualities we value at the Bank. We’re so grateful to be part of their journey and we know Kiran, Michelle, Vivien, Rownel and Tilo will continue to excel in their academic careers and give us even more reasons to make us Proud to Be the People’s Bank.” -Joaquin P. LG. Cook, President & Chief Executive Officer

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