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GENEX Services Case Manager Scholarship

GENEX Services Case Manager Scholarship

GENEX Services Case Manager Scholarship, initiated in Fall 2015

GENEX, a case management company, based in Pennsylvania, awarded SDSU’s Rehabilitation Counseling Program $20,000 in scholarship funds to support graduate students. One of our former graduates and project staff, Mark Fillebrown, nominated our program to receive these funds. GENEX awards 5 universities annually. Mark now lives in upstate New York.

GENEX staff are very familiar with the work that rehabilitation counselors do and are very pleased to support our students, knowing the good work that they will do.

2015-16 Recipients:

  • Tina Barlolong
  • Tina Barlolong currently works with veterans with processing their VA Education Benefits at San Diego Miramar College as a School Certifying Official (SCO). She is currently in her first year pursuing a degree in Rehabilitation Counseling at San Diego State University. She wants to use this degree to assist and support veterans in a larger capacity as a counselor as they transition their identities from being in the military to being successful college students in our community.

 

 

  • Cory Lemings
  • Cory Lemings
    Admitted fall 2015
    Completing the Rehabilitation Counseling program at SDSU will allow me to gain a broader knowledge of diverse disabilities and to hone me skills in communication, client advocacy, and employment readiness. My long term goal upon completion of this degree is to work as a Rehabilitation Counselor with the California Department of Rehabilitation where I will continue to serve as a coach, advocate, and partner to this disability community.

 

 

  • Dorothea Rollan
    Admitted Fall 2015
    My name is Dorothea Rollan, and I have just completed my first year in the Rehabilitation Counseling program. I am specializing in the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Certificate and will also be pursuing the LPCC licensure. With this specialization, I hope to help veterans and others with psychiatric disabilities plan their futures and achieve their goals. My planned graduation date is May of 2018.Thank you for the GENEX scholarship. It has helped with my education tremendously.

 

  • Crystal Velasco
    My name is Crystal Velasco, and I would like to extend my gratitude as a recipient of the GENEX Scholarship. I graduated in Spring 2016. I specialized in Cognitive Disabilities. My career goals entail working with persons with brain injury, particularly within the Spanish speaking community. I thank you again for your generosity.
    Sincerely,
    Crystal Velasco
    2016 Graduate

 

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