We would like to extend a very special thank you to the 2011 winners of the FSSA's Educational Foundation Scholarship!
Meet The Winners!
$7,500 in the name of Chuck Hooper, awarded to Danielle Antonellis, Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
$5,000 in the name of Jim Boyer, awarded to Justin Biller, University of North Carolina Charlotte.
$2, 500 Awarded to Austin Pea, Fire Science Program at the Community Colleges of Spokane.
$2,500 Awarded to Derek Alvey, University of Maryland.
The Educational Foundation of the Fire Suppression Systems Association announced the winners of the 2011 scholarship competition. Each year, the Foundation provides financial support to outstanding young students connected with the fire protection industry to help them meet their ever-rising cost of a college education.
To qualify for a FSSA Educational Foundation Scholarship, candidates must have graduated from high school or its equivalent before July 1st of the year in which they will use the scholarship. Scholarships will only be awarded to students who will be participating in the fire protection programs at accredited colleges and universities. Students already enrolled in college are also eligible to apply.
Awards are made on the basis of candidates' academic success, interest, special abilities, financial need and other factors. For more information, contact FSSA headquarters or visit www.fssa.net.
The foundation is supported by contributions and grants from individuals, companies and business groups in the fire protection industry. All monies received are used 100% for scholarships. Contributions are tax deductible.
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