Snoqualmie resident earns WWU Kay Rich Scholarship

  • Sunday, July 16, 2017 10:30am
  • Life

Western Washington University student Brooke Beatie, daughter of Kathryn Beatie of Snoqualmie, has received the $1,882 Kay Rich Scholarship for Residence Life for the 2017-18 academic year.

The Kay Rich Scholarship for Residence Life recognizes a resident advisor who demonstrates excellence in leadership, scholarship, community service and participation in the residential and university wide community.

Beatie graduated from Mount Si High School in 2014. She is currently a senior at Western majoring in Language, Literacy and Cultural Studies and has been admitted into Western’s Woodring Elementary Education Program. She is a mentor for Western’s Compass 2 Campus program and volunteers at Rebound of Whatcom County. Beatie hopes to become a teacher after she graduates.

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