The WWE donates $180,000 in scholarship money to students at Full Sail University!
The World Wrestling Entertainment Company is pleased to announce it has awarded four $10,000 scholarships to the following Full Sail University students:
· Joanne Castillo, a Recording Arts student from San Jose, CA.
· Travis Daniels, a Film student from Buford, GA.
· Brandon Mojica, a Sports Marketing & Media student from Bronx, NY.
· Kas Soloman, a Recording Arts student from Gahanna, OH.
WWE has now awarded 18 scholarships to Full Sail University students, for a total of $180,000 since WWE’s partnership with Full Sail began in May, 2012. These scholarships are applied toward the recipient’s areas of study within the university.
For those who do not know, The WWE and Full Sail University joined forces to give the students a hands on opportunity to help produce the NXT show live from the Full Sail University Campus!
“WWE and Full Sail University have established a partnership built on our mutual desire to nurture and build the next generation of entertainment and media professionals,” said Paul “Triple H” Levesque, WWE Executive Vice President, Talent, Creative & Live Events. “We wish all of today’s scholarship recipients continued success.”
“We are once again proud to stand alongside our valued partners and friends at WWE as we share this incredible announcement of the latest four scholarships awarded to our students,” said Garry Jones, President of Full Sail University. “On behalf of the Full Sail University community, I extend our tremendous thanks to WWE for continuing to recognize the dedication of our students, while congratulating the recent scholarship recipients.”
The World Wrestling Entertainment Company selected Castillo, Daniels, Mojica, and Soloman to receive these scholarships for exhibiting exceptional professionalism, creative talent and maintaining good academic standing, while shadowing professional staff and crew during the production of NXT events at Full Sail University.