SMACNA awards 3 scholarships
CHANTILLY, Va. - The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors' National Association's College of Fellows awarded $1,200 scholarships to three students for the 2003-2004 academic year.
Kohler High School graduate Natalie Dvorak of Kohler, Wis., will study medicine at University of Wisconsin at Madison. Dvorak is vice president of her school's National Honor Society chapter and a member of the student council. Her parents are Alan and Tammi Dvorak. Alan Dvorak is employed by Aldag/Honold Mechanical Inc. in Sheboygan, Wis., a member of the East Central Wisconsin Sheet Metal Contractors Association.
Sheldon High School graduate Stacy Peck of Sacramento, Calif., will study pharmacology at the University of the Pacific. In her spare time, Peck tutors pupils in math and Spanish and works as yearbook editor. Her parents are Gary and Gayle Peck. Gary Peck is an employee at Lawson Mechanical Contractors in Sacramento, a member of SMACNA's Sacramento Valley Chapter.
Rancho Cotate High School graduate Melissa Smuck of Rohnert Park, Calif., will study secondary English education this fall at California Polytechnic State University. Smuck designed a tutoring program for elementary school pupils. Her parents are Jim and Kimberly Smuck. Jim Smuck works at JMS Mechanical in Petaluma, Calif., a member of the Bay Area Association of SMACNA Chapters.
SMACNA College of Fellows scholarships are open to freshman or undergraduate college students whose parents are employed by member companies. Criteria for selection include academic achievement and involvement in extracurricular and community activities.