"It's such an honor to have received this generous scholarship. The Mount's four pillars of Faith, Discovery, Leadership and Community are parts of my life that I am fully committed to. I will continue to build on these pillars throughout my stay at the Mount, as I believe that growing myself in each of these areas will help me become the kind of teacher that I want to be."
"The Waldron Scholarship is an honor to receive and a blessing that will help me towards my future in education. I know that by working hard, I will reach my goal as an educator, just as I have reached my goals in becoming a member of Pi Lambda Theta and making the Dean's List each semester so far. Determination to be the best I can be is the example I set whenever I am working with children, be it during the summer at the Vacation Bible School I work at as an instructor, or as an assistant to the teachers I volunteer for during breaks at my local elementary school. With the Waldron Scholarship supporting me, I can continue to set this example and become the best educator I can be. Thank you very much to the Waldron Family."
"It is such a blessing and an honor to be the recipient of this scholarship. This recognition drives me to continue to put forth my best effort in my classes and in my Internships. I have been studying Spanish for eight years and have always loved the language, and I have always wanted to share that kind of enthusiasm with future generations through teaching."
"I am truly grateful for the opportunity that this scholarship has given me to be able to reach my goal of completing my Education degree here at the Mount. Through the lens of faith, educators can see their students as a whole person, body, mind, and spirit, and inform their teaching with this knowledge in order to give what they are teaching a deeper and fuller meaning. Having the chance to be involved with Campus Ministry during my time at the Mount has helped me to further strengthen my Catholic faith and use it to make a difference to others, helping me to grow as a leader, a teacher, and a person."