Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 02, 2012
UGL Services, a division of UGL Limited (ASX: UGL), today announced the recipients of its 2012 College Scholarship Program for dependents of full-time UGL Services employees. This year, the UGL Services Scholarship Program awarded three $5,000 and 11 $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors and college students.
Students receiving $5,000 scholarships:
Student, Home Town, College
Hector Lopez, East Palo Alto, Calif., Santa Clara University
Jarrett Roethke, Pardeeville, Wis., University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
Anna Wilcox, Ollie, Iowa, Indian Hills Community College
Recipients of $1,000 scholarships:
Student, Home Town, College
Jennifer Amaral, Malden, Mass., Regis College
Paul DiDonato, Dedham, Mass.,The College of the Holy Cross
Amy Goguen, Waltham, Mass., Curry College
Thiago Goncales, Toronto, University of Toronto
Jessica Mace, Tipp City, Ohio, University of Cincinnati
Stephanie Melendez, Toronto, Ryerson University
Ellen Pille, Oakland, Neb., Wayne State College
Nicholas Reed, Centreville, Va., Virginia Commonwealth University
Brittany Rinehart-Haas, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, University of Northern Iowa
Novina Surusa, Dover, N.H., University of New Hampshire
Jennifer Wiley, Baltimore, Community College of Baltimore County
“We are once again pleased to honor the outstanding achievements and potential of our employees’ children,” said George Keches, Chief Executive-Unicco Operations. “Over the years the UGL Services Scholarship Program has helped students earn higher education degrees at institutions ranging from Dartmouth and Columbia, to the University of Puerto Rico, as well as community and technical colleges across North America. This year’s group of students carries on the tradition of high achievement and hard work. We wish them the best for the upcoming year in all of their pursuits.”
Selected from among 57 applicants, the scholarships were awarded in recognition of the students’ strong academic skills, leadership qualities, community involvement, extracurricular activities and financial need. The applications were supported by recommendations from teachers and administrators, and were reviewed by an independent committee of higher education and financial aid professionals.
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About DTZ and UGL Services
DTZ is now combined with UGL Services. UGL Services is a division of UGL Limited. The combined business of DTZ and UGL Services is now one of the largest property services companies in the world. It provides corporate/occupier clients with a global, integrated, end-to-end service offering and best-in-class investor services capabilities in investment agency, leasing agency, property and facilities management, project and building consultancy, valuation, and investment and asset management. The organization has 27,000 permanent employees and 43,000 personnel including contractors, operating across 225 offices in 45 countries. For further information, visit: http://www.uglservices.com and http://www.dtz-ugl.com.
About UGL Limited
UGL Limited (ASX: UGL) is a global leader in outsourced engineering, property services and asset management and maintenance delivering essential services that sustain and enhance the environment in which we live. UGL comprises three business units including Engineering, Operations & Maintenance and Property providing services across the power, water, rail, resources, property, infrastructure and defence sectors. Headquartered in Sydney, Australia, UGL operates worldwide across 45 countries employing approximately 55,000 people. For more information, visit: http://www.ugllimited.com.