Two students in the College of Lake County automotive collision repair program were selected as winners of $5,000 Pittsburgh Plate Glass Foundation scholarships.
From article on the Daily Herald website:
Two College of Lake County automotive collision repair students each have been selected as winners of a $5,000 Pittsburgh Plate Glass Foundation scholarship from the Hoffman Estates, Ill.-based Collision Repair Education Foundation. The students are Julie Brain of Wonder Lake and David Morales of Elgin.
The scholarship is awarded to a student who has studied the field for at least one full semester before applying for the scholarship, according to Melissa Marscin, director of grant programs at the Collision Repair Education Foundation. To apply, each student completed an essay and submitted a letter of recommendation from Octavio Cavazos, instructor and chair of CLC’s automotive technology program. This is the first time CLC students have applied for and/or received this scholarship, according to Cavazos.
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