Students at Daemen College earn an impressive number of External Scholarships from various sources. There are scholarships out there for everyone. These are just some of the students who put in the work and reaped the rewards.
Paxtyn was nominated by a school committee to receive a $500 scholarship for students who inspire others. She was recognized for her perseverance, academic and personal growth, responsibility, hard work, desire and dedication.
Moriah won a scholarship through her Father's employer, Gleason Works in Rochester, NY. Along with the application and essay, Moriah also received an academic recommendation that earned her the award.
Joelle won a scholarship from the Patterson Fund which recognizes students who demonstrate a good academic work ethic and excellence in citizenship.
Brianne earned herself the Allentown Visual Arts Scholarship by submitting her portfolio of drawings and paintings. She also earned the Harold McCarthy scholarship for education majors by writing an essay on her career goals.
Samantha was able to apply for a Tim Horton's employee scholarship through her employer, Tim Horton's. She won due to her excellence in character and academics, and also her dedication to community service.
Mackenzie was awarded a scholarship through the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo. She had recommendations from her teachers and also demonstrated financial need and academic excellence.
Darcy was nominated for the American Red Cross Scholarship by her high school nurse because of her dedication to her school blood drives. She also won a scholarship from InVest by completing their insurance course at school.
Gregory was able to apply for the scholarship offered by his employer Tops. With a simple essay and application, Gregory was selected to be one of this year's recipients of the UFCW scholarship.
Viet was recommended for the NYSFAAA Scholarship for outstanding Graduate Students because of his strong work ethic and commitment to success and education. The committee selected him as the winner based on his powerful essay.
Meagan was encouraged to apply for the SAGE Scholars/CIC Scholarship for outstanding students not only because she demonstrated financial need, but because she also excels in academics and has a strong commitment to community service.