2020 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
The Community Foundation of Harford County awarded 12 scholarships at the end of the academic year. The scholarships are presented through the generosity of the foundation’s donor-advised funds. More than 50 students applied for these scholarships.
Harford Technical High graduate Blake Brown received the $500 Charles John Eshinsky Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is offered to students pursuing a post-secondary degree in science, technology, engineering and/or math (STEM). Brown will be studying Biology.
Aberdeen High School graduate Zachary Coogan received the $1,500 Academic Legacy Engineering Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to high school seniors pursuing an education in engineering. Coogan will be attending the University of Maryland where he will study Mechanical Engineering.
Former Bel Air High School student Zachary DeLuise received the $5,000 William A. Humbert Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is offered to a Harford County high school graduate who is seeking a college junior or college senior majoring in music or music education, or is in a graduate program. DeLuise is currently studying Music Education at Duquesne University.
Bel Air High School graduate Jeremy Ginley received the $1,000 Edward V. Goetz Environmental Science Scholarship. This scholarship is offered to students committed to attending an accredited environmental science program including but not limited to geology, ecology, natural science, botany, biology, zoology, ornithology, habitat restoration, environmental/wildlife management, forestry. Ginley will be studying Environmental Engineering.
Havre de Grace graduate Madison Kramer received the $1,000 Colin J. Haller Scholarship. This scholarship is offered to students who pursues a health-related bachelor’s degree to include, but not limited to, nursing, premedical, psychology, sports medicine, or pharmaceuticals. Kramer will be attending Ithaca College where she will be pursuing a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.
North Harford High School graduate Isabella Messick received the $500 Richard O. Cook VMD Scholarship. This scholarship is offered to a worthy senior in a Harford County Agribusiness/Animal Science Program who demonstrates great personal character, passion for animals, and a dedication to pursuing a career in animal studies. Messick will be studying Pre-Veterinary.
Aberdeen High School graduate Nicholas Pappas received the $1,500 Academic Legacy Engineering Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to high school seniors pursuing an education in engineering. Pappas will study Computer Science.
Former Aberdeen High School graduate Amy Pham received the $2,500 Academic Legacy Engineering Scholarship. This scholarship encourages and assists college undergraduates in the completion of an education in engineering. Pham will continue her studies in Computer Science at the California Institute of Technology.
Fallston High School graduate Angelique Sumilang received the $1,500 Academic Legacy Women’s Science, Engineering and Math Scholarship. This scholarship is offered to female high school seniors in the top 25 percent of their class in terms of SAT/GPA who are pursuing an education in science, engineering and math. Sumilang is pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Biology.
Patterson Mill High School graduate Lauren Thomas received the $1,500 Academic Legacy Engineering Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to high school seniors pursuing an education in engineering. Thomas will be attending the University of Lynchburg where she will study Physics.
Alexa Nicole Warren
Edgewood High School graduate Alexa Nicole Warren received the $1,500 Academic Legacy Secondary Educator Scholarship. This scholarship is offered to high school seniors, college freshmen, sophomores and juniors who are pursuing a career in secondary education. Warren will be attending Salisbury University studying Education.
Havre de Grace High School graduate Jenna Zavoyna received the $1,500 Academic Legacy Elementary Educator Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to high school seniors and undergraduate college students pursuing careers in elementary education. Jenna plans to attend Towson University where she will study Education.