After weighing the academic achievement, community service and personal accomplishments of several students, the Hazlet Business Owners Association chose three standouts as winners in their annual scholarship program.
The winner was Timothy Hayes of Raritan High School, who is headed to the Lebow School of Business at Drexel University. The runners-up were Sydney Jordan of Raritan High School, who will be focusing on advertising and integrated marketing communications at Pace University, New York City; and Joe Pascotto of Raritan High School, who will be studying business administration with a concentration in accounting at Monmouth University, West Long Branch. All three will receive a share of $3,000 in scholarship money towards their college education.
Since 2010, the Hazlet Business Owners Association’s Scholarship Program has awarded a scholarships to outstanding high school seniors who reside in Hazlet.Funds are raised through events and sponsorships. The scholarships this year were supported byCorporate Sponsor BCB Bank Bayshore, MedExpress Urgent Care, All Occasion Limousine, Nick Marioles, the Dwyer & Raneri family, Cerlione’s Lawn & Garden Equipment, and Coastal Air Conditioning.
The HBOA scholarship program is open to any Hazlet resident high school senior, regardless of which high school they attend.Applications are available through the Raritan High School Guidance Office in the spring.