• Foua Nung Khang

    Written by Foua Nung Khang 2015 Holman Scholar University of Minnesota, Class of 2019 2018 Wallin Education Partners, Development Intern   Foua’s Wallin Education Partners Story My name is Foua Nung Khang and I am a first-generation and 4th year Hmong American student at the University of Minnesota, studying Business and Marketing Education & Human … Continued

  • Adam Thao- 2018 Graduate

    Adam Thao Harding High School, 2014 University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, Business and Marketing Education and Human Resource Development, 2018 Adam is a recent graduate of the University of Minnesota. Growing up in a single parent home, Adam was not sure if he wanted to go to college, feared that he couldn’t afford it, … Continued

  • Kayden Hoang Bui

    Kayden Hoang Bui South High School, 2008 University of St. Thomas, 2013 Harvard University, Master in Public Policy, International and Global Affairs, 2019 Hoang was born in Vietnam and moved to the U.S. at an early age. His family spoke Vietnamese at home and he was the first in the family to continue his education … Continued

  • Brian Xiong

    At Wallin Education Partners, our efforts are singularly focused on scholar success. This is why it is such a thrill when we hear from former scholars. Last week, Brian Xiong, a 2001 scholar contacted us. Brian reached out to let us know that he received his PhD in Education this month. He was the first Hmong doctoral student … Continued

  • Nancy Rutoh

    Nancy Rutoh is beginning her sophomore year at St. Olaf College, and plans to become an engineer. Learn more about how Nancy’s network with Wallin Education Partners and Boston Scientific have helped her towards that goal. … Continued Nancy Rutoh

  • Alexis Yeboah

    Wallin Education Partners made the culture shock of transitioning to college as easy as possible for me. They really embody the word “partners”. They aren’t only an organization that gives students scholarships but they partner with their scholars to make this experience the best it can be. College is hard, especially for a first-generation college … Continued