The Tuality Healthcare Foundation recently awarded scholarships to two Westview High School students pursuing health-related careers.
Suyoun Choi is the recipient of the Dr. Marvin J. Robb Memorial Scholarship. He plans to attend Stanford University and major in Biology.
Suyoun is a varsity athlete for the Westview High School Swim Team and served as team captain. He is the Vice-President for Health Occupations Students of America for the Beaverton Health Careers Program and also serves as the President of the Science National Honor Society at Westview. Suyoun interns for a blood cancer lab at Oregon Health and Science University and with his research was named as 2020 Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholar. In his spare time, Suyoun volunteers to play the piano at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.
Mahadevan Subramanian is the recipient of the Flo Rhea Health Careers Endowment Scholarship. He plans to attend Brown University and major in Public Health (Pre-Medical Student).
Mahadevan serves as a board member for the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Making Caring Common Youth Advisory Board. He is also one of 100 national student advisers to the College Board providing feedback on college admissions, the Big Future, SAT/AP programs, and social justice issues. Mahadevan is currently completing training to become a Certified Pharmacy Technician and will also complete an Associates of General Studies degree at Portland Community College upon graduation. In his free time, Mahadevan volunters at Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital, OHSU, and for the Portland Backpack Program.
The Tuality Healthcare Foundation offers scholarships to two local high school students each spring who have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better and plan to pursue a human health-related career. For more information about Tuality Healthcare Foundation programs and services, please click here.