UCSD grad gets ‘Change’ scholarship
UCSD graduate Brittan Trozzi will receive a University of California Alumni “Change the World” Scholarship from UCSD Extension to pursue graphic design studies to assist non-profit organizations.
The UCSD Extension Scholarship Committee cited her commitment to helping nonprofit organizations in her career at UCSD as the assistant alumni director of business development and special initiatives and as a volunteer at such nonprofits as the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, which raises money to fight breast cancer, and Locks of Love, a charity that provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children.
The scholarship is awarded to UC graduates who demonstrate outstanding promise and potential. In 2011 Trozzi helped the Alumni Association win a Council for Advancement and Support of Education Gold Medal Award for Creative Use of Technology and New Media for the development of a UC San Diego Alumni iPhone app.
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