Thursday, May 10, 2012

SUNY recognizes 40 FLCC students for academic achievement


The Educational Opportunity Program is a statewide program meant to expand opportunities for individuals traditionally bypassed by higher education by providing academic support and financial assistance. 
To qualify, students must meet income guidelines, show evidence of historical educational and financial disadvantage and demonstrate the potential to be academically successful. Award recipients are listed below by county and town:
LIVINGSTON COUNTY
Lima: Rachel Manciocchi

MONROE COUNTY
Rochester: Anderson Allen, Le'Carza Charles-Ingram, Joi Kemp, Theresa Piazza

ONTARIO COUNTY
Canandaigua: Jody Blodgett, Rebecca Horibin, Pamela Perrin
Clifton Springs: Tasha Page
Farmington: Brittany Clevenger
Geneva: Necia Bray, Mary Calabrese, Taleisha Krieger, Jessica Lanza, Brittany Slagle
Honeoye: Christina Hill
Manchester: Laurie Kominiarek
Naples: Elizabeth Brown
Seneca Castle: Mary DeJonge
Shortsville: Amy Ahlheit
Stanley: Jennifer Galens

SENECA COUNTY
Fayette: Cheryl Poormon
Interlaken: Melissa-Ann West
Lodi: Phyllis Smith,
Waterloo: Gene Beardslee, Jessica Mayo

WAYNE COUNTY
Lyons: Anne Contario, Andre Sanon
Macedon: Joseph Hirsch
Marion: Emma Sauer
Newark: Corina Bliss, Sandy Macaulay, Carrie Robinson
Sodus: Andrea Desius

YATES COUNTY
Branchport: Danielle Kerrick
Penn Yan: Julie Ribble

Outside the Finger Lakes region:
Patrick Young, Albany
Alan Merchan, Jackson Heights
Aaron Quinlan, Woodbourne
Joel Rosario, New York City

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