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2016 Student Scholarship Winners Announced

May 2, 2016

Each spring, the Irondequoit Chamber of Commerce recognizes three local graduating seniors who have demonstrated aptitude and academic excellence in the study of business topics. We proudly support our future business leaders and will present these students with scholarship checks at our Annual Student Scholarship Luncheon on Tuesday, May 10, 2016, at the Rochester Yacht Club.

Awarding our annual scholarships promotes business careers and the Irondequoit community to our most promising youth. The 2016 scholarship winners are:

Angelo Hutchins, Eastridge High School. Angelo is a self-motivated student dedicated to personal excellence in all his studies, particularly business electives. He is also a respected athlete, honored by his teammates for his leadership as a two-year captain of the varsity soccer team. Angelo will continue his good citizenship and academic career to study Business at Finger Lakes Community College.

Mina Kim, Bishop Kearney High School. Mina, an international student from Korea, is committed to challenging herself academically. She is also an enthusiastic participant in the BK school culture in both athletics and the arts, as a cheerleader and member of the track & field team, and as a cast member in the school play. Mina plans to study Marketing at the University of Kentucky.

Amelia Sykes, Irondequoit High School. Amelia is an honor roll student and academic leader, serving as President of Student Council, a LINK Leader, and as President of the DECA business club. She participated in state-level DECA competitions throughout her school career, while also leading service efforts benefitting local charities Irondequoit Food Cupboard, Children's Holiday Party, town clean ups, the Adam Milne Charity Basketball Game, and the Foundation for the Assistance of Abandoned Children. Amelia plans to study Business at RIT.

Our annual student scholarships are made possible through generous sponsorships, available at $100 Silver and $200 Gold levels. Luncheon tickets are $25.

For more information on how to sponsor or attend the 2016 Student Scholarship Luncheon, visit the event page.