The AT&T Ability ERG is extremely pleased to announce the winners of our 2021 scholarship program! Every year this scholarship is open to high school seniors and college undergraduate students and is awarded based upon several criteria – an essay on questions concerning the disabled community, academic credentials, extracurricular activities, leadership, awards and achievements, and work experience. As in past years, many more were deserving than our budget allowed. Please join us in congratulating these very commendable $1,500 award winners!
|Name||Hometown||High School or University||Major|
|Mr. Jason Daniels||Poolesville, MD||Poolesville High School||Biology (Genetics)|
|Ms. Lana Hill||Saint Louis, MO||Nerinx Hall High School||Economics|
|Mr. Justin Reicher||Wayne, NJ||Binghamton University||Mechanical Engineering|
|Ms. Melissa Shang||Waltham, MA||Newton South High School||Government|
|Ms. Yvin Shin||Normal, IL||University High School||Political Science/Neuroscience|
|Ms. Ella Brooke Simons||Hilton Head Island, SC||Hilton Head Island High School||Psychology/Pre-law|
|Mr. Robert Wehrle||Spotswood, NJ||Spotswood High School||Mechanical Engineering|
Do you know of someone (high school senior or college undergraduate) who is attending or planning on attending an undergraduate degree program in 2022? If so, you should make them aware of the Ability Scholarship Program. Applications will be opening again towards the end of 2021.