Congratulations to the 2015 Bob O’Connor Foundation Community Service Scholarship Recipients!
Jonathan Mulick from Bishop Canevin High School. Jonathan has been involved in a multitude of community and scholarship projects. He has volunteered at the Veterans National Wheelchair Games and attended an Appalachian mission trip plus much more. Jonathan doesn’t just participate he organizes, leads, fundraises, and motivates. He was elected president of the National Honor Society.
Savanna Edmunds from Oakland Catholic High School. Savanna volunteers with the Campus Ministry team for an after school grade school program, volunteers for the local Bethlehem Women’s Shelter, and at the Hill Dance Academy Theater. She is also on the softball and step team. Savanna recently participated in two enriching programs: People to People Student Ambassador program to Costa Rica and the National Youth Leadership Forum on Law and CSI in Washington DC.
Omolara Asunbo from Oakland Catholic High Scool. Omolara Omolara is a member of the school’s student council, cancer awareness organization, science and computer club. She volunteers regularly at the Grandview Church of God, the Redeemed Christian Church of God, The Squirrel Hill Center, and The Boys and Girls Club. Omolara has been on the highest-honor roll all 4 years in high school and won The Crossroads Staff Award which is given to one high-achieving well-rounded senior.
The Bob O’Connor Foundation Community Service Scholarship
This scholarship honors the commitment to community service that exemplified the life and legacy of the late Mayor Bob O’Connor.
AWARDS: 10 awards of $500.00 each will be given to qualifying students.
The scholarship(s) are open to graduating seniors who are City of Pittsburgh residents who will be continuing their education in a vocational, technical, 4-year, or non – 4-year college degree program.
Scholarships are open to all seniors who have demonstrated a commitment to community service through volunteerism and the responsibility for others.