Scholarship Winners for 2018
Congratulations to our 2018-2019 scholarship winners! These incredible young adults were recognized at 7 17’s 60th
Annual Meeting on Tuesday, April 24, at DiVieste Banquet Center. 7 17 awarded 12 $1,500 scholarships to students pursuing a post-secondary education.
Eight of the scholarships were awarded to graduating high school seniors who will be attending Kent State University’s main campus or one of its branches, the University of Akron, or Youngstown State University. Four additional scholarships were awarded to members of our youth savings programs, the cha-ching teen club
and the edge
young adult club, and can be used at any accredited trade school or university.
The scholarship recipients are:
Kent State University – Main Campus
Megan Turner attends Champion High School. After graduation, she plans to pursue a degree in Accounting at Kent State University’s Main Campus.
Angela Fusillo will graduate this spring from Western Reserve High School. She will be attending the main campus of Kent State University to study Biology with the goal of becoming a Physician Assistant.
Kent State University – Regional Campus
Lauren Tarver will graduate this spring from GlenOak High School. She plans to attend Kent State University’s Stark campus to study Zoology and Veterinary Technology.
Vivian Conrad will attend Kent State University’s Salem Campus to pursue a career in Nursing upon graduation from the Mahoning County Career & Technical Center in May, Vivian will attend.
Youngstown State University
Kimberly McCann will graduate in May from Liberty High School. After graduation she will attend Youngstown State University to pursue a degree in Nursing.
Nickiforos Mastorides attends Howland High School. He plans to major in Political Science at Youngstown State University with the goal of becoming an attorney.
University of Akron
Mariah Ricciardi will graduate from Boardman High School in May. She plans to pursue a degree in Biomedical Engineering at The University of Akron.
Garrett J. Best plans to attend the University of Akron to pursue a major in Mechanical Engineering upon graduation from Carrollton High School this spring.
cha-ching Teen Club Scholarship
Jordan James will graduate from Howland High School in May. He will study Anthropology and Geology at The College of Charleston.
Lauren Laws attends Lakeview High School. Upon graduation, she will attend The Ohio State University to study Biochemistry and pursue a career in research for neurological diseases.
the edge Club Scholarship
Mark De Angelis graduated from Champion High School and is pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering at Youngstown State University.
Jessica L. Spore attends Howland High School and plans to study Music Therapy at Cleveland State University this fall.
We wish the best of luck to the recipients as they pursue their studies!