|Greylock Awards Scholarships to 13 Area Students|
|04:02PM / Wednesday, June 13, 2012|
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Federal Federal Credit has awarded 13 area college-bound high school students with $500 college scholarships as part of the credit union's Treat Everyone Better Than They Expect scholarship program.
Greylock's scholarships are presented to students who demonstrate an outstanding level of community service, volunteer work and an essay.
"We hope that this program not only helps families fund the increasing cost of higher education but also will enforce positive behavior that helps to develop admirable values such as mutual respect and tolerance, a positive attitude, and service to and concern for others," Greylock President Marilyn L. Sperling said.
The class of 2012 was nominated by teachers and guidance counselors in area high schools.
The recipients are:
Jennifer Lynch – St. Joseph Central High School
McKenzie Herbert – Drury High School
Amy Chapman – Pittsfield High School
Tara Sullivan – Mount Everett Regional School
Alexander Tierney – Taconic High School
Nathan Gutmann – McCann Technical School
Alec Vincent – Lenox High School
Allison McHugh – Lee Middle and High School
Charles Sutter – Mount Greylock Regional High School
Justin Duval – Hoosac Valley High School
Seth Koczela – Wahconah High School
Annalena Barrett – Monument Mountain High School
Cassidy Matthew – Berkshire Arts & Technology Public Charter School