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Scholarship Winners 2020
Julie Helverson from Del Haven attended Middle Township High School and was awarded a $1,000 New Jersey Credit Union Foundation Scholarship.
Danielle Schuster from Northfield was also awarded a $1,000 New Jersey Credit Union Foundation Scholarship.
Michael Erdman from Linwood attended Mainland Regional High School and was awarded a $500 Benson/Hunt Scholarship.
Patrick Newman from Northfield attended Holy Spirit High School and was awarded a $500 Benson/Hunt Scholarship.
Sydney Richards of Atlantic City was awarded a $500 Surf Club Scholarship for members aged 18-25 that are already enrolled in an institute of higher education.
Emilie Karovic of Galloway was also awarded a $500 Surf Club Scholarship.
Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union President/CEO James Burns expressed, "At Jersey Shore we appreciate the tremendous value of education and understand tuition costs are on the rise. Having the opportunity to assist these young men and women on their already bright paths is something we are very proud of. We are happy to award Scholarships to these deserving students in our community and wish them continued academic success.”