Lorain County JVS Adult Career Center Awards Scholarships
Pictured is Mrs. Kapronica awarding the scholarship to James Buck in memory of her husband, John.
June 25, 2012 --
The Lorain County JVS Educational Foundation recently awarded five scholarships to students in full‐time career development programs at the JVS Adult Career Center.
James Buck, a Welding & Fabrication student from Avon, was selected to be a recipient of the John L. Kapronica Memorial Scholarship based on his excellent attendance, willingness to go above and beyond what is expected, a positive attitude, and strong welding skills.
Mark Nazario, a Precision Machine Technology student from Lorain, was chosen to receive the Robert D. Beecheler scholarship. Mark was noted by his instructor to have perfect attendance, works well with others, has a good work ethic and has achieved a 3.5 grade point average.
Tim Young, an Auto Technology student from Amherst, was selected as a Hampson Family Foundation Scholarship recipient. Tim was noted by his instructor to be responsible, trustworthy, skilled and capable to "get the job done" with great attendance.
Margaret Lewis, a Computerized Business Technology student from Elyria, was selected to receive a Hampson Family Foundation Scholarship. Margaret was recognized for 100% attendance and an excellent work ethic.
Samantha Grills, a Medical Assisting student from Wellington, is the recipient of a Hampson Family Foundation Scholarship. Samantha maintained excellent attendance and grades.
The Lorain County JVS Educational Foundation represents a community‐based organization designed to develop and provide a permanent source of supplemental funding which is used for the support and enhancement of the education of all JVS students.