Fay-Penn presents scholarships to educational institutions

Fay-Penn, through the Fay-Penn Workforce Development Fund, managed by the Community Foundation of Fayette County, recently presented $9,500 in scholarships. The funds will be shared among seven Fayette County educational institutions to provide financial assistance to post-secondary students who reside in Fayette County and are pursuing a skilled trade or technology-related vocation. Pictured are (from left) back row: Sue Wagner, school director/program manager, Community Training Institute; Renee Couser, executive director, Community Foundation of Fayette County; Lori Jacobs, director, Fayette Education Center, Westmoreland County Community College; Rick Van Buren, student aid coordinator, Penn State Fayette – The Eberly Campus; Nancy Decker, present and chief executive officer, Laurel Business Institute; Kim Wyda, accountant I, Fay-Penn; Bob Shark, executive director, Fay-Penn. First row: Patrick Carl, assistant director/lead instructor, Fayette Institute of Commerce and Technology; Cheryl Duncan, financial aid consultant, Fayette County Career & Technical Institute; Danielle Hodder, student, Westmoreland County Community College; Ruth Cummings-Guseman, career services representative, Pennsylvania Institute of Health & Technology.

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