NuVision Federal Credit Union Awards Local Students With Money for College

NuVision Federal Credit Union has announced the winners of its annual 2013 Scholarship Program. Seven local Southern California students have won scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,000, and will be recognized together with their parents at an awards ceremony held at NuVision’s Huntington Beach headquarters on July 30, 2013.

The 2013 winners include:

-Christian Vu from Orange, who graduated from Canyon High School and will attend UC Berkeley to study Pre-Med ($1,000)

-Caroline Bui from Lake Forest, who graduated from El Toro High School and will attend Irvine Valley College to study prerequisites for Pharmacy School ($500)

-Simone Geller from Foothill Ranch, who graduated from El Toro High School and will attend the University of Southern California to study Business ($500)

-Chloe Lippold from Huntington Beach, who graduated from Marina High School and will attend the University of Arizona to study Psychology ($500)

-Hope Ludwinski from La Habra, who graduated from Troy High School and will attend UC Berkeley to study Electrical Engineering and Computer Science ($500)

-Silvio Pham from Long Beach, who graduated from Long Beach Polytechnic High School and will attend UC Irvine to study Electrical Engineering ($500)

-Candace Wong from Alhambra, who graduated from Alhambra High School and will attend UC Irvine to study Psychology and Social Behavior ($500)

“This year’s winners represent a remarkable group of future leaders in our country and our community,” said L.J. Tarman, Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations at NuVision. “NuVision is proud to support these students as they continue to pursue educational opportunities that will help them achieve their goals.”

Since 2008, NuVision has been providing scholarships to promote educational and career enrichment opportunities within the communities it serves. Each year, the program is open to any student attending a four-year college or university (public or private), community college or vocational or technical school.

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