AKRON — In continuation of its commitment to support science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education, Goodyear has provided $20,500 in scholarships to 20 Northeast Ohio high school students.
The awards, which range in value from $500 to $2,500, were announced during the tire maker's annual STEM Career Day events, held April 29 at the University of Akron and May 6 at Firestone Community Learning Center, part of the Akron Public Schools system.
Students awarded $2,500 scholarships, and their college choices, are:
- Greta Noeth, St. Joseph Academy, Cleveland — Ohio State University;
- Kevin Du, Copley High School, Copley — Brown University; and
- Kyler Fertig, Akron S.T.E.M. High School, Akron — University of Akron.
Students awarded $1,000 scholarships, and their college choices, are:
- Steven Prexta, Green High School, Green — Ohio State;
- Amanda Kimble, Stow-Munroe Falls High School, Stow — Ohio State;
- Drew DeLap and James Bradcovich, Lake High School, Uniontown — both going to Ohio State;
- Lance Anenson of Green High School — Ohio State;
- Julia Zalewski, Roosevelt High School, Kent — Case Western Reserve University;
- Zeynep Ozgur, Hudson High School, Hudson — Kent State University;
- Mary Pat Nicodemus, Akron S.T.E.M. High School — University of Akron;
- Portia Snipes, Akron S.T.E.M. High School — Ohio University;
- Camden Fisher, Akron S.T.E.M. High School — Purdue University; and
- Amariana Dortch, Firestone High School, Akron — University of Akron.
Students awarded $500 scholarships, and their college choices, are:
- Nicholas Luther, West Geauga High School, Chesterland —University of Akron;
- Jared Ruehr, Aurora High School, Aurora — Northeastern University;
- Nicholas Koch, Holy Name High School, Brunswick — University of Dayton; and
- Matthew Lundell, Copley High School — North Carolina State University.