2013 "Words to be Heard" Scholarship Contest
Congratulations to our 2013 "Words to be Heard" Scholarship recipients! On May 20, each of the recipients were honored at a dinner where they were awarded the amount of their scholarship.
Below, in alphabetical order, are this year's scholarship contest winners with links to the projects they created to discourage underage drinking and driving and/or distracted driving. We congratulate each of them on their hard-work and creativity, and we thank every student who participated in the Edgar Snyder & Associates "Words to be Heard" Scholarship Contest.
Note: We are not currently accepting "Words to be Heard" submissions. Information regarding the 2014 Scholarship Contest will be announced soon.
2013 Scholarship Winners
Pine Richland High School
University of South Carolina
Gateway Senior High School
University of Pittsburgh (Greensburg)
Peters Township High School
Penn State University
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McGuffey High School
The "Words to be Heard" Scholarship Program was open to high school seniors in cities served by the firm, including Pittsburgh, Johnstown, Altoona, Bedford, New Paris, Everett, Loysburg, Saxton, Bellwood, Claysburg, Hollidaysburg, Martinsburg, Tyrone, Williamsburg, Nanty Glo, Patton, Ebensburg, Sidman, Northern Cambria, Cresson, Portage, Wingate, Bellefonte, Spring Mills, State College, Clearfield, Curwensville, DuBois, Flinton, Westover, Houtzdale, Philipsburg, Morrisdale, McConnellsburg, Waterfall, Warfordsburg, Huntingdon, Alexandria, Mount Union, Three Springs, Belleville, Lewistown, Erie, Corry, Fairview, Waterford, Edinboro, Girard, Harborcreek, North East, Albion, and Union City.