CLARK — Last month, the Clark Scholarship Fund presented their 2013 Scholarship Awards at an event held at the Knights of Columbus. These scholarships are based on financial need, academic ability, character, and leadership.
The 2013 recipients are:
- Jaclyn Calo, who received the William Sanguiliano Scholarship for $1,500. She plans to attend Quinnipiac University, pursuing a degree in occupational therapy.
- Kane Heaning, who received the Charles E. Driesens, Jr. Engineering Scholarship for $3,000. He plans to attend Rowan University to study computer engineering.
- Damiano Spinoso, who received the Henry C. Staeger Scholarship for $3,000. He plans to attend Stevens Institute of Technology, majoring in quantitative finance. Spinoso ultimately aspires to obtain his PhD in math and teach at the college level.
- Leah Neal Steinberg received this year’s Grace Driesens Scholarship for $500. She plans to attend the College of New Jersey, majoring in biology and psychology. Leah plans to continue her studies to become a pediatric and adolescent psychiatrist.
- Samantha Tropeano received the James Toal Scholarship for $1,500. She will attend Villanova University, majoring in mechanical engineering.
The Clark Scholarship Fund is able to present these annual scholarships through the generosity of donations from local businesses and Clark Township residents. If you would like to make a donation to The Clark Scholarship Fund, you may visit ClarkScholarshipFund.com or send a check to The Clark Scholarship Fund, 357 Oak Ridge Road, Clark, NJ 07066. All donations go to scholarships and are tax deductible.
Note: The headline on an earlier version of this article misidentified The Clark Scholarship Fund.
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