Four children of Alcoa employees each receive $6,000 college scholarships
MASSENA -- Four children of Alcoa employees have been awarded $6,000 Alcoa Foundation Sons & Daughters Scholarships to help with their college educations.
The winners are Brady Condlin, Massena Central High School, son of Kevin Condlin, who works at the West Plant Casthouse; Nyssa LaClair, Massena Central High School, daughter of Tim LaClair, who also works at the West Plant Casthouse, and Susan Flynn, Human Resources Manager; Andrew Chapin, Norwood-Norfolk High School, son of Dale Chapin, who works in Alcoa Forgings & Extrusions at the West Plant and; Connor Besaw, Massena Central High School, son of Jane Mogle-Besaw, who works at the East Plant.The scholarships are payable in four annual installments of $1,500 each, we
Condlin plans to attend St. Lawrence University to study biology. LaClair will also attend SLU to pursue her interests in business and law. Besaw will attend the State University of New York at Brockport to study biology or exercise physiology, and Chapin plans to attend the University of Denver to study engineering/science.
During the 2011-2012 academic year, Alcoa Foundation will assist more than 180 students in the U.S. with their undergraduate college education.