Federal Way student named Santa Clara University scholar

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Dylan DeTray, of Federal Way, is among the 10 incoming Santa Clara University freshman chosen as Santa Clara University Johnson Scholars for 2014. DeTray will major in business.

The Johnson Scholars program is funded by a generous gift from donors Rupert and Maryellie Johnson as a way to help students and enhance the university’s mission. The program was established to award full, renewable academic scholarships to up to 10 of the college's most academically accomplished, leadership-minded applicants.
During their four years, the Johnson Scholars are given premier access to the university’s top leadership and honors programs, including the prestigious Johnson Leadership Fellows program, which is a summer stipend for a self-designed leadership experience.
“We welcome these incredibly driven and community-minded student leaders,” said university president Michael Engh, S.J. “Each of them embodies the values that the Johnsons sought to honor with this scholarship: compassion, leadership, integrity, and academic excellence.”
The incoming Johnson Scholars hail from six states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Washington, and Wisconsin.


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