NVE Bank Grants Scholarships to 18 Bergen County Students

School may be ending for the year, but for the 18 students who received educational scholarships from NVE Bank this week, it’s the beginning of a bright future! On June 18th, NVE executives including President & CEO Robert Rey, members of the board of directors, NVE branch managers, school officials, students and their family members gathered at our Englewood headquarters for NVE’s 12th Annual Scholarship Ceremony.

Local high school seniors received a $2,000 scholarship and graduating middle school eighth graders were awarded a $1,000 Savings Product Scholarship. These student scholarships are part of a program that has been offered by the Bank since 2008; in the 12 years since the program’s inception, NVE has awarded more than $180,000 to 240 deserving scholars in Bergen County. 

Without further ado and with great pride, we introduce to you the NVE Bank Scholarship Awards class of 2019:

High School Scholars

Julye Calderon – Pascack Valley High School

Victoria Catala – Bergenfield High School

Aisha Davis – New Milford High School

Dylan Distell – Cresskill High School

Ryan Distell – Cresskill High School

Jade Greer – Tenafly High School

Jessica Lee – Academies at Englewood

Madisen McIntyre – Dwight Morrow High School

Yanil Morales Garcia – Teaneck High School

Isabelle Raskin – Leonia High School

Gianna Tavares – Northern Valley Demarest Regional High School

NVE’s High School Scholarship recipients with Bank President & CEO Robert Rey
(Left to right): High School Scholarship recipients Dylan Distell, Ryan Distell and Jessica Lee with Board Member Harlan Hollander, Chairman of the Board of Trustees Steven Baker, and NVE Bank President & CEO Robert Rey.

Pascack Valley High School graduate Julye Calderon (who was unable to attend the ceremony) with Hillsdale Branch Manager Jessica Tuzzio. We wish Julye good luck at Montclair State University!

Middle School Scholars

Esther Cho – David Owens Middle School

Hasnia Mulic – Thomas Jefferson Middle School

Melanie Norberto – Benjamin Franklin Middle School

Peter Park – Cresskill Middle School

Yun Lee Park – Leonia Middle School

Raul Tylrt Seetahal – Janis Dismus Middle School

Margaret Vasquez – Roy Brown Middle School

Three of NVE’s Middle School Scholarship recipients with Bank President & CEO Robert Rey
Cresskill Middle School scholarship recipient Peter Park (who was was unable to attend the ceremony) with Tenafly Branch Manager Brian Uhlfelder, as well as his grandfather and his sister, Seoyoung Park, who received an NVE scholarship in middle school (2015) and is now studying nursing at Drexel University!

These deserving students put school first, and NVE is delighted to put them first, just like we do with the customers and communities we have served since 1887. We hope our latest class of scholars is as proud of themselves as we are!

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 11 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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