The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) Foundation selected Tatyana Bradberry from twelve national youth participants part of the BizFest Entrepreneurial Competition at the USHCC national convention in Chicago last week. Tatyana was awarded for her winning business plan of a mobile device application idea known as E-Vents that would house information about local events by category and interest. Bank of America granted her with a $3,000 scholarship to fund her future education.
Tatyana was joined in Chicago by five other regional winners of the BizFest Entrepreneurial Training and Competition hosted at the San Pedro Boys & Girls Club Teen Center in August. All 27 high school juniors and seniors from the San Pedro and Wilmington Clubs who participated in the training and competition are part of our College Bound program.
The six finalists who won all-expenses paid trips to compete in Chicago include:
Kaitlyn Andrews, San Pedro Boys & Girls Club
Alexander Arredondo, Wilmington Boys & Girls Club
Tatyana Bradberry, San Pedro Boys & Girls Club
Julio Jimenez, Wilmington Boys & Girls Club
Vanessa Solorio, Wilmington Boys & Girls Club
Erik White, San Pedro Boys & Girls Club
Check out today’s Daily Breeze article announcing the news!