College students who received scholarships from Stevens Worldwide Van Lines vary in their fields of study from biology to business management.
Stevens recently awarded scholarships, amounting up to $1,000 each, to four children of Stevens’ employees.
The awardees include:
Bridget Flanagan, a freshman at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich., majoring in mechanical engineering. Ms. Flanagan’s father John Flanagan is Stevens’ Manager of Quality, Safety and Fleet Services.
Jessica Curtiss, a sophomore at Mott Community College in Flint, Mich., studying biology. Ms. Curtiss’ mother Lisa Curtiss is Stevens’ Department of Defense Quality Analyst.
Timothy Deneen, a sophomore at Lansing Community College, in Lansing, Mich., studying diesel mechanics. Mr. Deneen’s mother Bonnie Deneen is Stevens’ Accounting Manager.
Kimberly Bourcier, a junior at Saginaw Valley State University near Saginaw, Mich., majoring in business management. Ms. Bourcier’s father Pat Bourcier is the general manager of the Stevens’ Waterford, Mich., corporate-owned location.
The scholarships were awarded based on academic achievement, honors, community and school activity and career goals. An applicant must be the child or stepchild of a Stevens Worldwide Van Lines employee, and the employee must have worked at Stevens for more than one year. The applicants must be applying to or enrolled at a community college, public or private college, university or certified trade school.