CRANFORD – Regardless of our chosen field of expertise, we all must work within an organizational environment, even if we are self-employed and interfacing with clients.
CLARK — The Middle School Recreation Tennis team poses for a photo. They practice twice a week and play other area recreation teams in friendly matches.
BRIDGEWATER – The charitable foundation of Financial Resources Federal Credit Union will be awarding three $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors preparing for college or technical school.
SCOTCH PLAINS – Vincent LaRocca, a Union Catholic senior, has been named a recipient of a NASSP/Herff Jones Principal’s Leadership Award Scholarship.
FAIR LAWN – Columbia Bank has been awarded the New Jersey Bankers Association Community Service Award in recognition of their charitable support and volunteer effort benefiting New Jersey communities.
WOODBRIDGE –Judy Calabrese has joined the Northfield Bank as assistant vice president and assistant human resources director, according to John W. Alexander, chairman and chief executive officer of Northfield Bank.
ELIZABETH — Two service clubs from Benedictine Academy, an all-female Catholic college prep high school in Elizabeth, will be honored for their exceptional good works at the NJ “Jefferson Governor’s Award” Ceremony on May 21 at the Newark Museum.
SCRANTON, Pa. – Lauren A. Bottitta of Rahway was among the 58 University of Scranton students inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu, the national honor society for students in Jesuit colleges and universities, at a ceremony held recently on campus.
ROSELLE – Students put their debate skills to the test as they joined a panel of area business owners for a forum on general and business ethics. Both “teams” answered a series of questions regarding ethical dilemmas and engaged in a discussion about the merits of their positions.