When her husband died of cancer, she was left with the responsibility of raising her eight children. The youngest was only 1 year old. As a single mother, she was resourceful, hard working and of service to others, despite her own hardship. She instilled in her children that with a strong faith in God and sheer determination you will succeed in life. She lived to be 105 years old and passed away on December 2, 2021.
Each recipient will receive $1000 USD to use towards their tuition fees and will be mentored for one (1) year.
To qualify for The Patrocinio De Guzman Scholarship, you must be a single mother raising children and currently enrolled in a technical/vocational degree or higher.