CWI student, Kaw Paw, who came to America from a Thailand refugee camp, is pursuing an education to help herself, her family, and others.
“It is never too late to say YES, chase your dreams, and begin your journey of self‐fulfillment. Because of CWI, I am a college graduate."
CWI student, wife, and mother, Tehani Schnupp, hopes in sharing her story she can inspire others to make their next move.
Congratulations to Bradley Dougal, a 2019-2020 Nagel Foundation scholarship recipient.
“Regardless of age, background, or past experiences, CWI gives people an opportunity to be successful in college, become educated, and flourish.”
"Because of CWI, I can do what I love to do – help people and make a difference."
“CWI empowered me to meet, build relationships with, and accept people from all walks of life."
“CWI empowered me with a degree. I wouldn’t have the job I have without it.”
“Getting an education empowered me to be a better person and gave me the motivation to help others know they can do it, too.”
“CWI played a massive role in empowering me to go after my dreams. I went from a farm kid who didn’t have a lot of confidence to feeling like I could do anything I set my mind to.”
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