11th Annual NVE Bank Scholarship Awards Celebrate Deserving Bergen County Students

Recently released data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on college enrollment among recent graduates revealed that, of the 2.9 million youth age 16 to 24 who graduated from high school between January and October 2017, about 1.9 million (66.7 percent) were enrolled in a college in October. The numbers for 2017-18 won’t be in for a few more months, but NVE Bank has the inside scoop on 10 commendable Bergen County high school graduates who will be counted among the newest generation of college enrollees. It is our honor to congratulate the 11th Annual NVE Bank Scholarship Awards class of 2018!

NVE Bank’s scholarship program has been offered by the Bank since 2008. On June 19, 2018, ten $1,000 scholarships were awarded to local high school seniors at a reception hosted at our Englewood headquarters. This year, seven graduating eighth-grade students from area middle schools were also selected to receive a $500 Savings Product Scholarship and joined the seniors in accepting their awards at the ceremony, where NVE President & CEO Robert Rey presented each student with his or her scholarship. Other celebrants in attendance included NVE executives, members of the bank’s board of directors, school officials, and student family members. Since the inception of the program, NVE Bank has awarded more than $165,000 to deserving scholars in Bergen County.

Our 2018 high school scholarship award recipients include:

Haemi Lee – Leonia High School

Olivia Sher – Cresskill High School

Alyssa Mehl – Pascack Valley High School

Serena McKeon – Northern Valley Regional High School

Soo Hyum – Academies at Englewood

Candis Balkaran – Dwight Morrow High School

Chelse Salnave – Bergenfield High School

Jessica Perrone – New Milford High School

Patrick Williams – Teaneck High School

Miguel Angel Rosales Morales – Tenafly High School

Scholarships-middleschoolNVE Bank 2018 High School Scholarship Award Recipients

Graduating seniors Patrick Williams of Teaneck High School senior and Alyssa Mehl of Pascack Valley High School were unable to attend the group ceremony. Pictured below is future NYU theatre student Patrick with Palisade Avenue Branch Manager John Louglas, followed by Alyssa with Hillsdale Branch Manager Frank Chadwick.

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Our 2018 middle school scholarship award recipients include:

Robert Keating – Benjamin Franklin Middle School

Hannah Kim – Cresskill Middle School

Layla Williams – Thomas Jefferson Middle School

Nobonita Dimitra – Janis Dismus Middle School

Xavier Thompson – Leonia Middle School

Alyssa Fuld – David Owens Middle School

Marcelino Morales – Roy Brown Middle School


NVE Bank 2018 Middle School Scholarship Award Recipients

It is with programs like this that NVE demonstrates our unending commitment to making a difference in the towns we serve by putting people and communities first.

We tip our caps — or rather, throw them in the air — to this year’s scholarship recipients, and all 2018 graduates!

To learn more about how NVE Bank supports our communities, or to learn about our extensive range of personal and business products and services, visit our website. You can also call us at 1-866-NVE BANK (683-2265) or visit us at one of our branches conveniently located throughout Bergen County.



About NVE Bank

The NVE Blog should not be used for banking purposes relating to NVE Bank. Please do not disclose any personal or business banking information on this site. NVE is an Equal Opportunity Lender, Equal Housing and Member FDIC. Visit www.nve.bank. NVE Bank, established in 1887, offers an extensive range of personal and business products and services. The Bank maintains 11 offices conveniently located throughout Bergen County. For more information, please call our toll-free number 1-866-NVE-Bank (683-2265) or visit our website at www.nve.bank
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