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CITGO Lemont Refinery Promotes Higher Education through STEM Scholarships

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LEMONT, Ill., October 6, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Fifteen college-bound students from three Lemont area high schools were awarded a CITGO Fueling Education Scholarship for excellence in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The students received their award from Peter Collarelli, Government and Public Affairs Manager and were recognized by their peers during a school assembly.
 
This year, five students from each of the three schools received a scholarship from CITGO:  

FCA Foundation Selects 2016 National Black Farmers Association Scholarship Winners

Scholarships cultivate a new era of black farmers
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AUBURN HILLS, Mich., September 12, 2016 /3BL Media/ - The FCA Foundation, the charitable arm of FCA US LLC, and the National Black Farmers Association (NBFA) today announced recipients of the National Black Farmers Association Scholarship.

10,000 Scholarships to Start 10,000 Cybersecurity Careers

by Austin Belisle
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Now more than ever, cybersecurity is a top-of-mind issue for business, students, and even United States presidential candidates. With billions of bytes of data connecting to the Internet every day, our information needs more protection and security than ever before.

CITGO Awards Collegiate Scholarships to Local Students

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SULPHUR, La., July 11, 2016 /3BL Media/ - CITGO Petroleum Corporation recently awarded collegiate scholarships to 10 high school graduates who are dependent children of company employees, including four children of CITGO Lake Charles Refinery employees. The local students were honored last month during the annual CITGO Scholarship Banquet at the Pioneer Club in Lake Charles, La.

Temple University Student Who Fled Syria has Designs on Helping Refugees

Maryam Hallaj will receive a GSK Opportunity Scholarship for overcoming adversity
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Maryam Hallaj remembers fleeing Syria five years ago with just a half-full suitcase in her hand and her family at her side.

The country was descending into civil war following nationwide protests calling for the ouster of President Bashar Assad. As the conflict inched closer to Aleppo, Hallaj's parents decided it was time to return to the United States. The family had spent months penned inside, the sound of machine guns occasionally piercing the air outside.

Bedford High Seniors Win Environmental Scholarship

By Mike Carraggi
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Bedford High seniors Trenton Sanders and Avery Kaplan are this year's recipients of the 2016 Environmental Scholarship.

The scholarship is sponsored by the Department of Public Works and Republic Services...

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Cultivating the Next Generation of Scientists and Local Leaders

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Sanofi Pasteur has provided scholarships to our community’s college students, most recently through a multi-year commitment to East Stroudsburg University (ESU). Each year, this program assists two local associate degree graduates entering ESU who are continuing their education in the sciences. The funding also helped provide needed scientific equipment in ESU’s classrooms, supporting one of ESU’s strongest majors, biology, which has approximately 650 students enrolled.

Providing a Firm Foundation for Our Youth

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Sanofi Pasteur knows that investing in the youngest of all will pay great dividends back to the community. One example is the company’s support of Pocono Services for Families and Children’s scholarship program, which will provide funding for local children graduating high school previously enrolled in Monroe County Head Start. This scholarship was created in honor of recently retired Sanofi Pasteur U.S. President Damian Braga, underscoring his commitment to Head Start and the community.

UMPS CARE Charities All-Star Scholarship Program: A Home Run

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“Being in foster care and being adopted makes you different than other kids. But I never saw this as a bad thing.” - Cadence Cottom, Butler University Graduate. 

Profound words from a bright young woman who has lived the life that so many at her age have not. Cadence Cottom accomplished her dream to graduate from Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana. A dream, that if you had asked her years ago, she would have told you was impossible. Cadence spent time in foster care and after being adopted her mom found a way to help her make dream come true.

Aspen Institute Competition Prompts Students to Innovate for the Good of Business and Society

Business & Society International MBA Case Competition
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NEW YORK, N.Y., May 9, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Nineteen MBA students – selected from more than 1,000 worldwide – have won a share of nearly $35,000 in scholarship money by tackling a real-life business decision at the intersection of corporate profitability and positive social and environmental impact. 

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