USDs Josh Sorbe Named Truman Scholarship Finalist
The Truman Scholarship was established in 1975 as the federal memorial to Harry S. Truman, the 33rd President of the United States. It is viewed as one of the premier graduate fellowships in the United States for those pursuing careers in public service.
Sorbe completed an extensive application process that included as many as 15 drafts for his 3,000-word personal statement as well as a policy proposal where he was asked to talk about an area of public service or a specific state or federal law that he would revise or improve. He is one of 199 Truman finalists nationwide and one of two finalists from South Dakota. Sorbe will interview in person in St. Paul, Minnesota, on March 25.
“We are extremely proud of Josh for being selected as a finalist for this scholarship,” said President Sheila K. Gestring. “Josh has given 100 percent to everything he has participated in at USD. As an exemplary student athlete and SGA president, Josh’s contributions to our campus, community and state model what it means to work in public service. We are fortunate to have him as part of our USD family.”
For more information about Sorbe’s journey to becoming a Truman finalist, see the full story at goyotes.com.
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