Bellevue College student honored as member of 2013 All-Washington Academic Team


Mustapha Ennaimy of Bellevue has been named to the 2013 All-Washington Academic Team in recognition of his high achievement in academics and dedication to community service. He, and other nominated students, were honored at a ceremony March 21, where Gov. Jay Inslee delivered the keynote address.

“It’s extremely gratifying to see Mustapha's hard work and dedication to his studies recognized at such a high level,” Bellevue College President David L. Rule said. “We are so proud of his accomplishments, and we expect great things of him in the future.”

Ennaimy was awarded a $500 scholarship. He also cans take advantage of transfer scholarships available to all members of the All-Washington Academic Team to continue his education, provided by 17 of the state’s public and private four-year institutions, including University of Washington, Washington State University and Seattle University.

Ennaimy, 23, is originally from Morocco. Shortly after moving to the United States, he enrolled in Bellevue College, first in English as a Second Language courses, followed by college-level credit courses. He volunteers as a tutor in student services, is a member of the Computer Science Club, and serves as vice president of scholarship for the BC chapter of Phi Theta Kappa.

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