Rotary Club of Renton has selected their Youth of the Month for April.
April Rotary Youth of the Month are:
Senior at Hazen High School
Ember Tran holds a 3.95 GPA and is involved in Key Club, HOSA, FBLA, and Asian Student Coalition and takes additional art classes at Bellevue College. She placed in three FBLA events including E-Business, Healthcare Administration and Organizational Leadership. Tran works part time as a customer service associate and shift lead at Zoe Yogurt and volunteers with Northwest Harvest, Hazelwood Elementary and Eastside Baby Corner. She plans to attend the University of Washington to study biology. Tran has an interest in becoming a research biologist to assist in the development of new treatments or products.
Senior at Lindbergh High School
Spencer D’Avis holds a 3.1 GPA and has been involved in ASB Office (former junior class president and current ASB president) and SkillsUSA (current president). He has Microsoft Office specialist certification and Class Student of the Month awards. Outside of school, D’Avis created a small business to assist local real estate companies. He has volunteered with the WeDay Seattle event. D’Avis hopes to attend Washington State University to pursue a career in digital art and culture and hopes to major in graphic design and minor in marketing.
Senior at Renton High School
Hodo Farah holds a 3.7 GPA and has been involved in African Student Association, BuildOn, Renton Peer Mentors, current ASB Senior Officer, and tennis. She has received honor roll, Henry Moses Award, and has been an International Baccalaureate representative. Farah volunteers with her community Islamic learning center/mosque where she teaches younger students how to read and write Arabic. After high school, she plans to attend college to study in the medical field. She hopes to become a pediatrician or OB-GYN to help give back to the community.
Rotary members recognize three Renton School District high school students each month as Youth of the Month.
After being selected by counselors at each of the district’s three comprehensive high schools, a selection committee of Rotary members reviews applications and interviews students to identify those who will be selected as Youth of the Month. The award is given to students who possess leadership abilities, maintain a good grade point average, participate in school activities and volunteer in their community.
The students and their parents are honored guests at a regular Rotary luncheon.