The Wentcher Foundation Board of Directors and Staff officially welcomed the 26th Class of Wentcher Scholars on June 11, 2023 at its Annual Celebration held at the University Club of Chicago.
Serena Echols talks to us about her interests in environmental science, her latest research project, and her hopes to educate more people about environmental justice.
A First-generation low income student at Harvard University and President of the queer advocacy group Shades, Amado Candelario talks to us about what it’s like to be a computer science major, his upcoming role at Microsoft, and his creative interests.
A freshman at Truman State and newly inducted member of Kappa Alpha Psi, Joseph Spaulding talks to us about what it’s like to be a computer science major, a member of the football team, and part of the historic legacy of Black fraternities.
With our 25th Anniversary celebration behind us, the Wentcher Foundation takes time to reflect on the celebration. Click here to read all about it, and to see photos and videos from the event!
Crystal Stonewall talks to us about her journey through undergrad at UW Madison, law school, and beginning her new career as a legal counsel for her alma mater.
With our 25th Anniversary Celebration coming up in July, Taste Media Group sat down to talk with some members of the Wentcher Community to talk about the Foundation’s achievments. Click here to learn more!
Tocarra Castleman talks to us about writing her own play, winning an Emmy, and working at the prestigious Goodman Theater.
There will be a professional development workshop featuring Alumna Jeanine Botwe and Josepha Gonzalez who currently work in the law field.
Four of our scholars talk to us about reclaiming a normal college experience in the pandemic through their different study abroad experiences.