Trevor Burke is a winner of the annual Washington Crossing Foundation National Scholarship Competition. The Preston Hollow student attends St. Mark’s School of Texas,  a preparatory day school for boys. The Washington Crossing Foundation grants scholarships to students who hope to pursue a career in government service.

Burke, an Advanced Placement Scholar,  has conducted engineering research through his internship at NASA. The high school senior also serves as National Youth Leadership Council of EarthEcho International. He is also national conservation chair for the National Society of the Children of the American Revolution.

This is not Burke’s first big win as he has been previously recognized as the 2018 Texas Eagle Scout of the year. He has also won the President’s Volunteer Service Award.

The foundation notes that its winners represent talented and accomplished young men and women leaders, who plan on dedicating their careers to public service.  The foundation has granted  $83,500 in scholarships this year and nearly $1.6 million since its establishment. You can learn more about scholarship eligibility on its website.

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