SCHOTT Announces Third Annual Scholarship Award Winners
Three children of SCHOTT employees awarded $4,000 per year for college.
SCHOTT North America, Inc
. today announced the recipients of the 2013 Scholarship Awards. These scholarship opportunities are open to children of SCHOTT employees in their senior
year of high school. The winners are provided with $4,000 each year for four years of study ($16,000 total).
This year, the winners are:
, of Sweetwater, Tennessee, is the daughter of Joy and Marc Daniels. Marc is a Quality Auditor at SCHOTT Gemtron in Sweetwater. Isabella plans to
pursue a pre-law track at Tennessee Wesleyan College.
, of Southbridge, Massachusetts, the daughter of Renee and Jeff Lowe. Jeff is the Director of Strategic Growth at the Southbridge location. Maggie will
be studying actuarial sciences at nearby UCONN.
, son of Bird and Doug Podzemny, of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Dominic’s father, Doug, is the Director of Research and Development and Product Management
for SCHOTT Solar CSP, LLC. Dominic will be studying mechanical engineering as a part of the Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University
Winners were notified by mail earlier this month, and certificates of congratulations were presented to them at small celebrations in their respective
“SCHOTT is dedicated to education,” said Greg Wolters, President of SCHOTT North America, Inc. “In the three years we have granted these awards, nine young
scholars have been helped in their pursuit of higher learning. I wish them all the best in their academic careers, and look forward to continuing this
tradition for years to come”
In order to apply for these scholarships, candidates must carry a minimum 2.5 GPA throughout high school, which they are then expected to maintain in
college in order to continue to receive the award. Open to children of SCHOTT employees who have been employed for six months or more, eligible high school
seniors must have applied as a full-time student at an accredited four-year college in the United States.
This is the third year SCHOTT Scholarships have been awarded.