LINDEN — The Bayway Community Advisory Panel (CAP), an organization of local community members and industry representatives from Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery, Infineum USA L.P., Cogen Technologies Linden Venture LP, and DuPont, recently awarded $1,000 scholarships to four local students:
- Ivan Tobal, Linden resident and senior at Union County Vo-Tech High School, who will be pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering;
- Lorens Lugo, Elizabeth resident and senior at Union County Magnet High School, who will be pursuing an Engineering degree;
- Carla Souza, Rahway resident and senior at Mother Seton Regional High School, who will be pursuing a Biomedical Engineering degree; and
- Dillon Chan, Staten Island Technical High School, who will be pursuing a degree in the Computer Science field.
In addition, two high school juniors, Claudia R. Nichols from Linden High School and Mariam Katu Binti from John E. Dwyer Technology Academy in Elizabeth, received scholarships from Infineum USA L.P., DuPont, and Cogeneration Technologies Linden Venture LP, to attend New Jersey Institute of Technology Pre-college Academy this summer to earn college credits.
Also, Shannon Murphy, a Linden High School senior, received Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery’s Excellence in Science Scholarship Award to assist in her studies of Forensic Biology/Chemistry; and Kendal Simmons, an Elizabeth High School Upper Academy senior, has been awarded a Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery Excellence in Science Scholarship through Elizabeth’s Promise, Inc., to assist her in achieving her career goals at the University of Delaware.
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