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2018 Westinghouse Family Scholarship Program

Posted July 18, 2018 by Westinghouse Electric Company

Fifteen high school graduates were recognized recently during the 2018 Westinghouse Family Scholarship breakfast. A total of $72,000 was awarded to eligible, dependent children of Westinghouse employees.

For more than 30 years, Westinghouse has been providing scholarships to the children of our U.S.-based employees. Since its inception, Westinghouse has awarded more than 475 scholarships totaling more than $2.2 million for students as they pursue higher education. The scholarships are awarded based on the winner’s leadership, scholastic aptitude and achievements.

Congratulations to this year’s scholarship awardees:

$12,000 Scholarship Winners

  • Steve Andreen, son of James, Nuclear Fuel, Columbia, SC
  • Haley Morris, daughter of Richard and Laurie, Global Engineering Services and Finance, Windsor, CT
  • Lily Wang, daughter of Guoqiang, PWR Fuel Technology, Cranberry, PA

$3,000 Scholarship Winners

  • Ryan Ahearn, son of John, PMO Support and Performance, Cranberry, PA
  • Jaime DiOrio, son of James, Global Engineering Services, Cranberry, PA
  • Matthew Hone, son of Michael, Nuclear Fuel, Cranberry, PA
  • Victoria Hopkins, daughter of Shalin, Nuclear Fuel, Columbia, SC
  • Jesse Huang, son of Xiuqing (Craig), Global Field Services and Plant Modifications, Lake Bluff, IL                    
  • Bruce Jia, son of Charlie, New Projects Business, Cranberry, PA
  • Christy Malcho, daughter of Nora, Human Resources, Cranberry, PA
  • Elise Malcho, daughter of Nora, Human Resources, Cranberry, PA
  • Emily Molitoris, daughter of David, Structural Design and Analysis, Cranberry, PA
  • Alice Qian, daughter of Charles and Liping Cao, Information Technology and Nuclear Fuel, Cranberry, PA                 
  • Tyler Viljaste, son of Deanna, Global Supply Chain, Cranberry, PA
  • Merry Xiang, daughter of Jie Jennifer Zhang, New Projects Business, Cranberry, PA
 
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