Glenshaw Century Club gives $29k to Shaler scholars |

Glenshaw Century Club gives $29k to Shaler scholars

Glenshaw Century Club 2019 Scholarship recipients, front row, from left: Kayleigh Hegerle, Nazareth College, History; Natalie Carey, University of South Carolina, Pre-Med; Amanda Brock, Slippery Rock University, Recreational Therapy; Emily Lewandowski, Ohio University, Mechanical Engineering; Sydney Kushik, Humanitairan Scholarship, Penn State-Main Campus, Pre-Med/Pre-Dental. Back row, from left, Alyssa Ferianc, Penn State-Behrend, Mechanical Engineering; Michael Zang, Dr. Lee Scholarship, Slippery Rock University, Music Education; Luke Maurer, Penn State-Behrend, Business/Engineering; Jacalyn Geyer, WVU, Communication; Natalie Perrine, Ohio State, International Business/Japanese; Tyler Murray, Pitt-Johnstown, Chemical Engineering; Justin DeSabato, Chatham University, Physical Therapy. Not Pictured is Tyler Fedak, Penn State, Radiation Therapy.

The Glenshaw Century Club Inc. (local woman’s club) awarded scholarships totaling $29,000 to 13 deserving Shaler High School graduates. To be considered, students must complete a detailed application which goes through a rigorous evaluation process. Before making the final decisions, selected students then participate in a live interview with the Scholarship Committee. Scholarships are available for graduates attending college, trade schools, technical schools, etc.

Since 1946 when the Glenshaw Century Club was founded, the Club has awarded $535,050 in scholarships and $165,685 to local organizations to promote the good and welfare of the elderly and disadvantaged, which is the Club’s charter.

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