2020 Community Service Scholarships Awarded

The Park Slope Civic Council awarded Community Service Scholarships to four remarkable high school students at the year end virtual Zoom meeting on Thursday, June 4, 2020.   

The recipients of the scholarships are graduating seniors attending high schools at the John Jay Educational Complex and have exemplified a remarkable level of volunteer and community service. Each student received a $2,500.00 scholarship to assist them with their continued education.

Scholarships were awarded to Azalea Francois Brown from the John Jay High School for Law, AbbyGaile Jean from Park Slope Collegiate, Kaylee Ramirez from Millennium Brooklyn High School, and Shahnoza Zahidova from the CyberArts Studio Academy (formerly the Secondary School for Journalism),

Azalea Francois Brown
Kaylee Ramirez
AbbyGaile Jean
Shahnoza Zahidova

Ms. Brown will attend The City University of New York. Ms. Jean will attend St. John’s University. Ms. Ramirez will attend Hunter College. And Ms. Zahidova will attend Brooklyn College  

The Community Service Scholarships are funded from the proceeds of the Civic Council’s food and drink tasting event, Food for Thought. Many thanks to all who participated in and attended Food For Thought.  Your contributions to this event made these scholarships possible.  

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  • Posted on Jun 16, 2020 by Park Slope Civic Council
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