Stamford Board of REALTORS Awards Young Community Leaders With College Scholarships

By HOM Editor

The Stamford, Connecticut Board of REALTORS® was proud to have recently honored eight promising high school seniors with Community Service Scholarships at their downtown association headquarters.

John Pellegrino, Stamford Board of REALTORS® President explains the scholarship requirements, “Every year the Stamford Board of Realtors offers 8 $1,000 scholarships. Students must attend a Stamford public, private or parochial school, demonstrate leadership ability and been of service to their school and community. This year we had approximately 30 applicants, the committee certainly had a difficult time due to the high level of community service that each of the applicants achieved.”

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First row, left to right: Daphne LaFortune of the Academy of Engineering and Technology, Michael Nunziante of Stamford High, Bridget Smith of the Academy of Engineering and Technology, Jessica Chen, of Westhill, Storm Marie Corrow of Stamford High, Renee Cooper of Stamford High, Paulomi Rao of Stamford High, Emery Tedesco of Trinity Catholic and Scholarship Committee Chairperson Millie Sanislo. Back row: Scholarship Committee Member Joelle Bentley, Valerie Willey and Nancy Hadden, Board President John Pellegrino.



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