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The Neicole Woodall Scholarship is awarded to two high school, mentor-focused seniors each year.   Each scholarship award is $20,000 total, $5,000 per school year, paid annually for the duration of that student’s post-secondary education, up to 4 years. Scholarship recipients have been an active part of the Genesis family,  devoted to creating a better community, positive leaders, and mentors to their younger peers. 
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Jolie Lambert

Jolie is truly honored to be a part of the Genesis family. She is eighteen years old and did her first show at Genesis when she was eleven. It is her favorite place to be, and she cherishes the amazing friendships she has made there. Jolie is pursuing a BFA in musical theatre next fall and will be committing to a college very soon, joining the class of 2025. She is ecstatic to continue doing what she loves in college, which is performing and working on/ training her craft. Besides musical theatre, Jolie’s interests include drawing, working out, piano, listening to music, thrifting, and hanging out with friends. Additionally, she is a dancer. She also enjoys obsessing over cute dogs, fitting into small spaces, demolishing everyone at rainbow road in Mario kart, and eating a multitude of grapes (a classic). Jolie is grateful for the opportunity to be a mentor to younger actors throughout her more recent years at Genesis, and she also thanks the directors for mentoring her. She truly feels they shaped her as a person just as much as they shaped her as an actor, and she loves them dearly. It has been a pleasure creating art on the Genesis stage, and Jolie will forever be proud to have her face on that wall!


Nicolas Horne

Nicolas loves climbing, almonds, and cardigans. He is a member of the Baylor class of 2025. As a University Scholar, he will study theatre, philosophy, and creative writing. He works as a legal intern at Zaby and Associates and has aspirations to go into law. Being a part of the Genesis family has been a pivotal experience and a huge blessing during his high school years. The directors of Genesis built him up and encouraged him to pursue theatre in college, and he has had the opportunity to befriend and mentor some of the younger actors, building them up in turn. He will cherish his directors and the friendships he has made there forever.

 

Dustin Dowell

Isadora Lilly

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Dustin Dowell

Isadora Lilly

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The Neicole Woodall Scholarship will be awarded to two high school mentor-focused seniors, each year, from 2021-2025.
 
Each scholarship will award $20,000 total, $5,000 per school year, paid annually for the duration of that student’s post-secondary education, up to 4 years. The award will be made payable to the student.
 
Students must be an active part of the Genesis family (must have participated in two Genesis shows in the past two years), and be devoted to creating a better community. The ideal applicant will be a positive leader, role model, and mentor to their younger peers. Applicants must also include an essay, and a letter of recommendation from a younger active Genesis student.
 
Deadline:   March 1, 2021
 
SCHOLARSHIP DETAILS
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