The 2016 UFCW Charity Foundation Scholarship Winners Have Been Selected!
September 2, 2016
September 2, 2016
Every year the UFCW scholarship program offers scholarships to UFCW members or their immediate family members who want to further their education and demonstrate a commitment to their communities and to UFCW values. Since 1958, the fund has distributed more than $2 million in scholarships.*
Past winners have gone on to make significant contributions to society and to the UFCW – entering a range of fields including public service, medicine, law, business and teaching. Many have returned to the UFCW as staffers, organizers, and community activists who contribute to our mission.
*UFCW-employed officers and staff, and their immediate families are not eligible for this program.
Here are this year’s winners:
Local 152 – Ana Grace Fangayen
Ana is now attending New York University in Manhattan, New York and is studying Film and Television.
Local 23 – Katrina Good
Katrina is now attending Lock Haven University for a major in Therapeutic Recreation with a minor in Psychology.
Local 880 – Jocelyn Bernstein
Jocelyn is now attending the University of Rochester.
Local 2005 – Hannah McDonald
Hannah is now attending Harding University in Arkansas for a Nursing degree, because she’s always liked helping and caring for others, and has always wanted to save a life.
Local 655 – Douglas Fritz
Douglas is attending Saint Louis University in St. Louis, MO and studying biology, pre-med.
Local 7R – Karen Emanuelson
Karen currently attends the Keller Williams school for Real Estate in Colorado Springs. After she finishes her exams, she plans to study possibly German or History at Pikes Peak Community College or University of Colorado, Colorado Springs.
Local 99 – Tamana Hussaini
Tamana is now attending Mount Holyoke College for a Pre-med. degree, because it’s a great field that combines science and working with others.
Local 1288P – Sarah Gowlett
Sarah is now attending University of New Brunswick St. John for a Bachelor of Business Administration, because she’s always liked organization and numbers.