Scholarships

W Power Announces 2020 Scholarship Recipients

June 23, 2020 Sacramento, CA – W Power, a California based owner and operator of Community Energy Reliability Centers announced today the recipients of its annual college scholarship program. Students are selected who are majoring in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) studies; exhibit personal or community leadership; demonstrate financial need; and plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two-year or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school.

This year’s winners are:

Recipient High School Selected College College Major
Bryan Hernandez Delano High School, Delano CSU Sacramento Civil Engineering
Singing Coyote Mesa Magnolia High School, Stanton CSU Long Beach Computer Science
Guillermo De La Riva Rancho Alamitos, Stanton UC Santa Cruz Electrical Engineering
Jose Cota Robert F. Kennedy High School, Delano UC Berkeley College of Engineering, Undeclared

“W Power has a strong culture of giving back to the communities in which we do business. As business leaders, we have an obligation to invest in future leaders. We are pleased to be able to assist these worthy high school seniors as they embark upon their college careers and become tomorrow’s leaders”, said Kara Miles – President of W Power. W Power is a California certified woman-and-minority owned business enterprise (“WMBE”) focused on doing business in California’s energy industry.  W Power develops, builds, owns and operates community energy reliability centers (CERC).

Bryan Hernandez of Delano High School, Delano Jose Cota of Robert F. Kennedy High School, Delano
Singing Coyote Mesa of Magnolia High School, Stanton Guillermo De La Riva of Rancho Alamitos High School, Stanton

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W Power Now Accepting Scholarships for the 2020/2021 School Year!

February 1, 2020 Sacramento, CA – W Power is proud to announce that we are now accepting applications for the SERC and Delano scholarships for the 2020/2021 school year.

SERC Scholarship Application Packet – 2020

Delano Energy Center, LLC Scholarship Application Packet 2020

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W Power Announces 2019 Scholarship Recipients

May 30, 2019 Sacramento, CA – W Power, a California based owner and operator of Community Energy Reliability Centers announced today the recipients of its annual college scholarship program. The scholarship recipients must be majoring in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) studies; exhibit personal or community leadership; demonstrate financial need; and plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two-year or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school.

This year’s winners are:

Recipient High School Selected College College Major
Christian Gonzalez Delano HS (Delano) CSU Bakersfield Computer Engineering
Mayra Lara Cesar E. Chavez HS (Delano) UC Los Angeles Civil Engineering
Aubrey Jasso Robert F. Kennedy HS (Delano) UC Berkeley Biology/Global Health
Tien Le Magnolia HS (Stanton) UC Irvine Civil Engineering
Kim Son Le Rancho Alamitos HS (Stanton) CSU Long Beach Mechanical Engineering

“W Power has a strong culture of giving back to the communities in which we do business. As business leaders, we have an obligation to invest in future leaders. We are pleased to be able to assist these worthy high school seniors as they embark upon their college careers and become tomorrow’s leaders”, said Kara Miles – President of W Power. W Power is a California certified woman-and-minority owned business enterprise (“WMBE”) focused on doing business in California’s energy industry.  W Power develops, builds, owns and operates community energy reliability centers (CERC)

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Rachel Garza of W Power presenting Mayra Lara of Cesar E. Chavez High School with her 2019 scholarship Rachel Garza of W Power with Aubrey Jasso, the scholarship recipient from Robert F. Kennedy High School
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Kara J. Miles, President of W Power with Magnolia High School Scholarship Recipient Tien Le Greg Lamberg of W Power with Scholarship Recipient Kim Son Le and Mary Hibbit, Principal of Los Alamitos High School

W Power Announces 2018 Scholarship Recipients

June 1, 2018 Sacramento, CA – W Power, a California based owner and operator of Community Energy Reliability Centers announced today the recipients of its annual college scholarship program. Students are selected who are majoring in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) studies; exhibit personal or community leadership; demonstrate financial need; and plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two-year or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school.

This year’s winners are:

Recipient High School Selected College College Major
Jessica Christine Anderson Delano High School, Delano Bakersfield College Aerospace Engineering
Hang Nguyen Magnolia High School, Stanton UC Irvine Biochemical Engineering
Titan Ngo Rancho Alamitos, Stanton UC San Diego Computer Science

“W Power has a strong culture of giving back to the communities in which we do business. As business leaders, we have an obligation to invest in future leaders. We are pleased to be able to assist these worthy high school seniors as they embark upon their college careers and become tomorrow’s leaders”, said Kara Miles – President of W Power. W Power is a California certified woman-and-minority owned business enterprise (“WMBE”) focused on doing business in California’s energy industry. W Power develops, builds, owns and operates community energy reliability centers (CERC).

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Rachel Garza of W Power

Presenting Jessica Christine Anderson

with her 2018 W Power Scholarship

Kara Miles, President of W Power

Presenting Titan Ngo with his 2018

W Power Scholarship

 

W Power Announces 2017 Scholarship Recipients

May 22, 2017 Sacramento, CA – W Power, a California based owner and operator of Community Energy Reliability Centers announced today the recipients of its annual college scholarship program. Students are selected who are majoring in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) studies; exhibit personal or community leadership; demonstrate financial need; and plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two-year or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school.

This year’s winners are:

Recipient High School Selected College College Major
Destiny Calderon Delano High School, Delano Cal Poly Architectural Engineering
Gerardo Parra Cesar Chavez , Delano Cal Poly Electrical Engineering
Jesus Lopez Cesar Chavez, Delano UC Irvine Civil Engineering
Raquel Pimental Contreras Robert Kennedy, Delano CSU Bakersfield Petroleum Engineering
Uyen Nguyen Magnolia, Stanton Cypress College Business Management
Patrick Quach Rancho Alamitos, Stanton Cal Poly Aerospace Engineering

“W Power has a strong culture of giving back to the communities in which we do business. We are pleased to be able to assist these worthy high school seniors as they embark upon their college careers”, said Kara Miles – President of W Power. W Power is a California certified woman-and-minority owned business enterprise (“WMBE”) focused on doing business in California’s energy industry.  W Power develops, builds, owns and operates community energy reliability centers (CERC).

Delano High Awards Ceremony         Magnolia High School Awards Night