If you are looking for ways to promote your Club, sign up for the Communications Zoom Workshop, Thursday, February 25, 2021. Register with the form found on the NJSFWC website under Materials/ Bulletins/January or email Carole Speechley at firstname.lastname@example.org. Discover how to use online news outlets, Facebook press releases and traditional newspapers. This will be an interactive workshop, including sharing tips with other Clubs.
There are a number of Fellowships on the Continuing Fund Sheets that clubs can donate. Over the next few weeks. we will highlight the recipients in the eConnection. Our donations help make a difference in the lives of Douglass Residential College graduates.
NJSFWC Natural and Applied Science Fellowship
Santhoshi Kotrike ‘16 of Monroe Township, New Jersey, is currently enrolled in the Rowan School of Osteopathic Medicine. Before enrolling at Rowan, she earned a Master’s degree in biomedical sciences at Rutgers. Santhoshi is described by her recommenders as “one of the most engaged students that I have had the privilege to work with during 18 years” and as “always bringing her A game”. She is involved in numerous community health activities and volunteer service projects.
NJSFWC Federation Fellowship
Mona Moshet ‘19 of Oradell, New Jersey, has been admitted to Cooper Medical School of Rowan University starting in August, 2020. Mona is a member of Rutgers’ Matthew Leydt Society which is reserved for the top 2% of each graduating class and she received numerous undergraduate awards. Mona aspires to be a pediatrician.
NJSFWC Cecilia Gaines Holland Fund
Nina Narang ‘13 of Lawrenceville, New Jersey, is seeking a Master’s in Social Work at Rutgers University. Nina has maintained a 4.0 GPA to-date in her graduate work. She is described by her recommenders as an “outstanding student and role-model to her peers”. She aspires to become a licensed clinical social worker, to teach and practice privately, as well. She is currently a social work intern with LifeTies, Inc., of Pennington, New Jersey. Nina volunteered with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) in Lawrenceville for thirteen months during which she connected callers to the NAMI Mercer County HelpLine with county, state, or national mental health resources while providing compassionate guidance and excellent service.
Yes, you read that right. The Summer Luncheon, which was the Autumn Luncheon and then the Spring Luncheon, has come full circle. Save the date, Wednesday, August 18, 2021. In case you have forgotten, this is our Fundraising Luncheon held at the Lobster Shanty. A new registration form will be in the April ALMANAC.