Danville Students Win Chamber Of Commerce Scholarships

June 21, 2024

This article originally produced and appeared on Patch.com

by Michael Wittner / Patch Staff

Four Danville students won scholarships, which are awarded for academic performance, leadership, and business acumen.


DANVILLE, CA — Six students from high schools in Danville and San Ramon were awarded Danville Area Chamber of Commerce Scholarships, given to students who demonstrate strong academic performance, leadership qualities, and entrepreneurial spirit. The students will be honored at a reception in July.

“These six exceptional recipients have demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities, a strong business and entrepreneurial spirit, and remarkable academic achievements. We are excited to see the profound impact these exceptional individuals will make in the world. We are immensely proud of all our applicants and winners for their remarkable accomplishments and unwavering dedication to growth and contribution,” Shayna Ronen, Chair of the 2024 College Scholarship Committee, said in a statement.

Below are the winners, their high school, and their plans for next year:

  • Connor Eves, San Ramon Valley High School, Brigham Young University Provo, computer engineering.
  • Mahi Jariwala, Monte Vista High School, Stanford University, economics and communications.
  • Kaylee Lawson, California High School, Santa Barbara City College, nursing and biological sciences.
  • Kaitlyn Nim, Monte Vista High School, San Diego State University, business administration.
  • Shivali Pathak, California High School, UC Irvine, public health, pre-med
  • Miles Jones, San Ramon Valley High School, University of Oregon, business administration

The students will be honored at a reception in July.