Newsmaker: Chelsea Constantino
Chelsea Constantino, 22, of Butler is the first recipient of the Stantec Inc. Scholarship, a $2,000 award for La Roche College interior design students.
Noteworthy: Constantino is the first recipient of the Stantec Inc. Scholarship, a $2,000 award for La Roche College interior design students.
Occupation: Intern, Desmone & Associates Architects in Lawrenceville
Family: Parents, Angela and Perry Constantino; sisters, Morgan, 13, and Paige, 15
Background: She received the scholarship for her academic success and community service, including her role as design manager of the student team that developed the design concept for the Butler Library's young adult area.
Education: Constantino, a junior at La Roche College majoring in interior design, expects to graduate in May 2015.
Quote: “When you have a space and you get to design it in the way you're seeing it in your head, it's really fascinating to me.”
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