Southern Arizona Success Coaches

    Southern Arizona Student Saver Spotlights

    Daniela Ibarra

    Daniela Ibarra spent the summer of 2017 as one of Hexagon Mining’s talented interns. She held a software support intern position in Tucson and assisted in company efforts around the globe while [...]

    Katrina Verduzco

    “One bad grade doesn’t define me as a student. I told myself that I deserved to be here at college and one class as an incoming freshman wouldn’t determine my future.” It is easy to see that [...]

    Maisha Kamalebo

    Maisha Kamalebo, a freshman at the University of Arizona, recently learned that by the year 2025 most jobs will require post-secondary education. He knows that by being the first in his family to [...]

    Lizbeth Encinas

    Lizbeth Encinas believes in maximizing her options to ensure a bright future while minimizing uncertainty. “When I started at UA I finished the prerequisites for both nursing and Eller. Either a [...]

    Jazzmina Redondo

    The world is changing fast, and if there’s one person who can fill you in on all the updates it’s Jazzmina Redondo. She has a passion for learning about new cultures through international [...]

    Genesis Matthew Florendo

    “We can all be helpful and contribute to society in a meaningful way.” Genesis Matthew Florendo inspired us with this idea and more at the recent Evening of Honors held in the Southern Arizona [...]

    Viridiana Morales

    Viridiana Morales is on track to graduate early pre-nursing from the University of Arizona and also will complete a bachelor’s in psychology and a minor in sociology. All of this and she works [...]

    UA 2016 Evening of Honors

    Our 4th annual Evening of Honors at the University of Arizona was a touching ceremony that celebrated our current student savers, their families, and our generous donors and sponsors. Earn to [...]

    Ryan Bravin

    As a freshman in high school, Ryan Bravin discovered he wanted to be an architect. “I knew I would need to save and many scholarships only apply to four-year college programs, the University of [...]

    Rachel Rogowski

    Meet Rachel Rogowski, a saver who does her homework to know how to best plan for the future. “When I was 18 I decided to move out and get my own apartment. This wouldn’t have been possible if I [...]

    Delijah Little

    Why does Delijah Little save? So that he can experience on-campus college life. Without the Earn to Learn scholarship, living on campus would not be possible. “There are a lot of people from all [...]

    UA 2015 Evening of Honors

    Our 3rd UA Evening of Honors was a success! On November 2, 2015 Earn to Learn and the University of Arizona celebrated our student savers, families, community partners, and sponsors!

    Alexus Austin

    In our new series Why I Save, we are exploring the stories of young Arizonans who are choosing to save for college. They are amazing and determined young people who, with the help of Earn to [...]

    Anna Khuong

    This summer I had the opportunity to study abroad in Costa Rica for five weeks. I am currently a sophomore majoring in physiology and chemistry with a minor in Spanish at the University of [...]

    Candelaria Newell

    Candelaria attends Rincon High School, where she maintains a 3.67 GPA while balancing her time studying, working and playing soccer and basketball. She has been saving for college by working [...]

    Frank Meza

    Frank Meza grew up in Tucson, Arizona. The oldest of 4 children, Frank was the first person in his family to attend college. He registered at Pima Community College right out of high school and [...]

    Wendy Mullen

    Wendy Mullen has been an Earn to Learn Saver since 2014. This spring she is graduating from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s in applied science in human services. She leaves us [...]