Nursing Students Receive Scholarships from The John Lazarich Foundation
(Delaware and Chester Counties, PA • January 16, 2015)—Three Downingtown residents who are nursing students at Delaware County Community College received scholarships recently from The John Lazarich Foundation. Each student received a $5,000 scholarship. The foundation supports students enrolled in the College’s nursing program at The Chester County Hospital.
At a luncheon on January 13, trustees of The John Lazarich Foundation, (back row, from left) Leonard Olsen, Jim Sacchetta and Dorothy Kronenberg (front row, second from right), congratulate Delaware County Community College nursing students (from left) Charlotte Nolan, Natalie Simon and Tracy Blitzer, all of Downingtown. Each student received a $5,000 scholarship from the foundation. Kathleen Breslin (far right), executive director of the College’s Educational Foundation, also participated in the event.
Delaware County Community College has served the educational needs of Delaware and Chester counties since 1967, when it was founded. More than 26,000 students enroll each year at the College’s six Chester County and three Delaware County locations. The College offers quality, affordable education and training opportunities that help residents earn associate degrees, transfer to four-year colleges or universities, attain professional certification, or enhance their skills through enrichment courses.