cheeky speed dating dallas Colin Doherty, Shaw Cloud Services/IT Manager, serves as President of the OU Club of Houston and as Captain on the Information Services Committee for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Both of these organizations provide a lot of scholarships to Texas youth.
The OU Club of Houston is a non-profit providing opportunities for fellowship, accomplishment, enrichment and fun to all Sooner alumni, family and friends throughout the greater Houston area. Since 1963, the Club has been a great way for Houston Sooners to connect with one another as well as the University of Oklahoma.
One of the Club’s primary objectives is to award scholarship money to outstanding high school students living in the Houston area who plan to attend the University of Oklahoma. In addition to raising and awarding these scholarships each year, the Club also assists the university with recruitment efforts at Houston-area high schools.
The OU Club also works to keep the Sooner spirit strong. Club events for Houston Sooners range from watch parties and networking functions to philanthropic events, happy hours, the annual Beat Texas party, and sponsorship of Sooner football radio broadcasts.
http://truelastin.com/MztWAuYRo About The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™
The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ promotes agriculture by hosting an annual, family-friendly experience that educates and entertains the public, supports Texas youth, showcases Western heritage and provides year-round educational support within the community.
Since the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ began in 1932, more than $450 million has been committed to the youth of Texas. The Rodeo has presented nearly 18,000 scholarships since the first scholarship was awarded in 1957.
Currently, more than 2,000 students are on Rodeo scholarships, attending more than 80 different Texas colleges and universities. The value of these scholarships is approximately $47 million.