Each year PWP chooses two high school seniors from Pasadena for an academic scholarship. One will receive a first place $5,000 and the other a second place $2,500 award towards college expenses. The program is open to students from both public and private schools. Students participating this year were asked to research and write about the relationship between STEM and utility services. Essays were due in April, and in May PWP announced the 2022 winners!
2022 Educational Scholarship Winners - Jazmin Garcia and Caroline Vasquez
The PWP 2022 Educational Scholarship first-place winner is Jazmin Garcia from Marshall Fundamental High School. In her essay, Garcia examined disasters and crises that have affected utility services in the past, and demonstrated the importance of reliable service both now and in the future. Congratulations Jazmin! Read her winning essay.
The PWP 2022 Educational Scholarship second-place winner is Caroline Vasquez from Pasadena High School. In her essay, Vasquez discussed our society's dependence on technology and the relationship between advancement and core utility services. Congratulations Caroline! Read her winning essay.
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