Program Includes All Pittsburgh Public Schools and Allegheny County
PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Penguins and the Penguins Foundation have selected 10 high school graduates to honor with 2022 Penguins Foundation Scholarships.
In partnership with UPMC, the Penguins Foundation awarded 10 educational-based scholarships for the 2021-2022 school year. Since 2014, the Penguins Foundation has awarded a total of 148 first-year scholarships.
To be eligible, students must attend a Pittsburgh Public School or an Allegheny County high school that provides substantial aid to students for reduced-cost or free lunch programs per the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), which is administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Education – Division of Food and Nutrition.
Each scholarship is valued at $3,000 for the student’s first year of college, and an additional $2,000 is awarded for the student’s second year of college if a 3.0 GPA is maintained and a minimum of 24 credit hours are earned.
Penguins Foundation scholarship recipients for 2021-2022 are as follows:
Tyler James Bianco, Brentwood High School, Robert Morris University
Andrew Booth, Northgate High School, University of Delaware
Madeline Douglas, Woodland Hills High School, Columbia University
Jenna E. Fetherolf, West Mifflin High School, Chatham University
Erin Klein, Pittsburgh Allderdice, University of Michigan
Kalynn Kuchta, Springdale High School, University of Pittsburgh
Xavier D. Littlejohn, Pittsburgh Obama, University of Pittsburgh
Julia Rose Piatt, Keystone Oaks High School, Carlow University
Charles J. Rosemeyer, Penn Hills High School, Sewanee/University of The South
Isabella Walsh, Springdale High School, University of Pittsburgh