Apply for the 2015 Alumni Association Scholarship today!
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Each year NSCC's Alumni Association awards scholarships to alumni who are continuing their education at a four-year school. Awards are based on merit, academic scholarship and individual achievements. Recipients may be graduates of the current year's graduating class or any prior year.
The North Shore Community College Alumni Association Board is very pleased to award this year's Alumni Association Scholarships to Pamela Arsenault, Pkaisayont Eng and Edward Gelineau.
Pamela is a 2015 graduate from NSCC’s Human Services practitioner program. She was a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and a participant in honors projects and service learning. Pamela is a mother of three and has done extensive community volunteering. She was selected as the Cheryl Finkelstein Recipient for Outstanding Community Service in 2013 and received the Newman Civic Fellowship Award in 2014. Pamela will continue her education at Lesley University where she will pursue a bachelor of science degree in Human Services. Her goal is to obtain a degree in counseling and dedicate her career to helping others, both individually and through community agencies.
Pkaisayont Aron Eng is a 2015 graduate of NSCC's Liberal Arts program. While a student, he worked part-time at NSCC as a tutor in Upward Bound, a college prep program for high school students. He was an exceptional student and an active participant in NSCC student life activities, clubs and events. Pkaisayont will continue his studies at UMass Amherst this fall where he will major in mathematics. He plans to pursue a Master Degree in Economics, and his eventual goal is to become an actuary and an economist.
Fabiano Da Mota
Fabiano Da Mota is a 2015 graduate of NSCC's Engineering Science Transfer program. He was active in NSCC's Presidential Scholar program, participated in community volunteering as well as an internship while a student, and graduated with a 3.96 GPA. Fabiano will be continuing his education at UMass Lowell where he will major in mechanical engineering, and he plans to continue on for a master's degree in thermodynamics.
The Alumni Association Board of North Shore Community College is proud to support these deserving graduates in their academic pursuits.