Good awarded Stream of Learn­ing Schol­ar­ship

Penn­syl­va­nia Amer­i­can Wa­ter rec­og­nizes 12 out­stand­ing stu­dents across Pa.

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Penn­syl­va­nia Amer­i­can Wa­ter an­nounced 12 stu­dents across Penn­syl­va­nia have been se­lected to re­ceive Stream of Learn­ing Schol­ar­ships, in­clud­ing Ex­eter Town­ship Se­nior High School se­nior Elizabeth Good, who plans to at­tend Lafayette Col­lege to study bi­ol­ogy.

“We are proud to re­ward Elizabeth with one of our Stream of Learn­ing Schol­ar­ships, which are meant to at­tract ex­tra­or­di­nary young peo­ple to the wa­ter and wastew­a­ter field and be­come lead­ers in en­vi­ron­ment ste­ward­ship,” said Penn­syl­va­nia Amer­i­can Wa­ter Pres­i­dent Jef­frey L. McIntyre.

This is the ninth year that Penn­syl­va­nia Amer­i­can Wa­ter has of­fered the schol­ar­ships to sup­port out­stand­ing stu­dents in

its ser­vice ar­eas who are chart­ing a course of study crit­i­cal to the wa­ter and wastew­a­ter in­dus­try. Each win­ning stu­dent re­ceives a $1,000 schol­ar­ship.

A panel of judges se­lected the win­ners from more than ap­prox­i­mately 75 schol­ar­ship ap­pli­cants, eval­u­at­ing them on cri­te­ria in­clud­ing aca­demic achieve­ment, let­ters of rec­om­men­da­tion, com­mu­nity ser­vice and fu­ture ca­reers plans in the wa­ter and wastew­a­ter in­dus­try.

In ad­di­tion to the Ex­eter Town­ship stu­dent, Penn­syl­va­nia Amer­i­can Wa­ter awarded its 2018 Stream of Learn­ing Schol­ar­ships to: Daniel Bigley of Bishop Canevin High School (Al­legheny County), Kath­leen Car­done of Penns­bury High School (Bucks County), Tay­lor Dadig of Bald­win High chool (Al­legheny County), Colleen El­wel of But­ler Area High School (But­ler County), Justin Fil­bert of Ber­wick Area High School (Columbia County), Michael Galla- gher of Up­per St. Clair High School (Al­legheny County), Ryan Hess of Canon-McMil­lan High School (Wash­ing­ton County), Al­li­son Karp of Key­stone Oaks High School (Al­legheny County), Carolyn Mack of Lack­awanna Trail High School (Lack­awanna County), Kaylee Mon­ta­nari of Shenango High School (Lawrence County), and Ash­lynn Searer of Her­shey High School (Dauphin County).

Penn­syl­va­nia Amer­i­can Wa­ter, a sub­sidiary of Amer­i­can Wa­ter (NYSE: AWK), is the largest in­vestor-owned wa­ter util­ity in the state, pro­vid­ing high-quality and re­li­able wa­ter and/ or wastew­a­ter ser­vices to ap­prox­i­mately 2.4 mil­lion peo­ple. With a his­tory dat­ing back to 1886, Amer­i­can Wa­ter is the largest and most ge­o­graph­i­cally di­verse U.S. pub­licly traded wa­ter and wastew­a­ter util­ity com­pany. The com­pany em­ploys more than 6,900 ded­i­cated pro­fes­sion­als who pro­vide reg­u­lated and mar­ket­based drink­ing wa­ter, wastew­a­ter and other re­lated ser­vices to an es­ti­mated 15 mil­lion peo­ple in 46 states and On­tario, Canada. Amer­i­can Wa­ter pro­vides safe, clean, af­ford­able and re­li­able wa­ter ser­vices to our cus­tomers to make sure we keep their lives flow­ing. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit amwa­ and fol­low Amer­i­can Wa­ter on Twit­ter, Face­book and LinkedIn.


Penn­syl­va­nia Amer­i­can Wa­ter’s Di­rec­tor of Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Terry Maenza presents schol­ar­ship to Ex­eter Town­ship High School se­nior Elizabeth Good.

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