Exton Communications Team Intern
August 10, 2016
“It is incredible to see such talented students from among our West family,” said Annette Favorite, Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer. “It is equally gratifying that the H. O. West Foundation can help them achieve their educational goals and career aspirations.”
The West scholarship program was established in 1972 to honor Herman O. West, the founder of West Pharmaceutical Services. Each year, the program offers the children of West’s full-time U.S. employees the opportunity to compete for a scholarship to a four-year college, two-year college or technical school. The scholarship is valued at up to $3,000 per year.
Winners were selected by West’s independent selection committee, which considered the student’s academic excellence, ACT/SAT scores, grade point average, class rank, honors and advanced placement courses, as well as an essay. All high school seniors of U.S. employees are encouraged to apply.
West commends the eight students that received the 2016 H.O. West Foundation scholarships and wishes them good luck in their educational endeavors:
- Keri Bremigen: Williamsport, PA, Misericordia University
- Galen Kardinal: Rockford, AZ, Coe College
- Katherine Kornienko: Exton, PA, University of Delaware
- Pallavi Kulkarni: Exton, PA, University of Delaware
- Melissa Ling: Exton, PA, Penn State University Schreyer Honors College
- William Ngo: Clearwater, FL, Carnegie Mellon University
- Erin Snyder: Grand Rapids, MI, University of Michigan
- Alexander Weck: Exton, PA, Duke University