(March 12, 2019)— Hagerstown Community College students Nicholas Drier, Siobhan Sungenis, Kalee Boor, and Calista Wolfe were recently awarded academic scholarships through their employment at Chick-fil-A in Hagerstown.
Drier, of Greencastle, is studying biology at HCC. Sungenis, of Greencastle, is studying music at HCC and plans to transfer to Shepherd University. Boor, of Williamsport, is pursuing a degree in nursing at HCC and plans to transfer to Frostburg State University at the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown. Wolfe, of Clear Spring, is studying biology at HCC and plans to transfer to Shepherd University.
The Chick-fil-A Remarkable Futures Leadership Scholarship is worth $2,500 and awarded to restaurant team members, based on academic eligibility and active involvement in the community. For more information about Chick-fil-A’s scholarship program, visit www.chick-fil-a.com/Remarkable-Futures-Scholarships.
Photo Caption, from left: Dr. Jim Klauber, HCC president; HCC students Kalee Boor, Siobhan Sungenis, and Nicholas Drier; and Randy Scott, Chick-fil-A Hagerstown restaurant operator. (Not pictured: HCC student Calista Wolfe)