Miami resident Diego Torrejon is among a handful of students statewide awarded with a scholarship from the Florida chapter of Women of AT&T.
Torrejon graduated cum laude from Archimedean Upper Conservatory where he received the AP Scholar Award, the Scholastic Distinction Award, and the Scholastic Achievement Award. He was the Archimedean Upper Conservatory debate team head delegate, winning several Model United Nation competitions as best delegate.
Torrejon recently started college at Syracuse University in New York where he is pursuing a degree in biochemistry.
Women of AT&T is an AT&T Employee Resource Group (ERG) that supports personal and professional development for its members and community involvement. The Florida Chapter of Women of AT&T holds several activities throughout the year to raise money for its scholarship fund. The Florida chapter awarded $8,500 in scholarships this year.
Any Florida high school senior sponsored by a member of Women of AT&T-Florida is eligible to apply for an WOA scholarship.