Announcing the 2017 NASSCO Dependent Scholarship Program Recipients

We are pleased to announce the 2017 NASSCO Dependent Scholarship Program recipients.

Ellyn Brouillette is a 2017 honors graduate from Helix Charter High School. As part of her extracurricular activities and as an active member of her community, she participated in beach clean-ups and worked with the Hubbs Sea World White Sea Bass Rehabilitation Program. Attending San Diego State University in the fall, Ellyn will major in pre-environmental engineering with a possible minor in entrepreneurship. She is the daughter of Tammy Miller, an area manager.

Vanessa Macias is a 2017 honors graduate from Hilltop High School. An active member of both her school and community, she organized three separate blood drives and has volunteered at both the San Diego Blood Bank and Chula Vista Scripps Hospital. A first generation college attendee, Vanessa plans to study political science and international studies at Heidelberg University in Ohio in the fall. She is the daughter of Robert Macias, a welding control analyst in Repair.

The annual and highly selective NASSCO Dependent Scholarship program is open to all dependent children of active, salaried NASSCO employees. Awarding $2,000 per year and renewable up to three additional school years, the scholarship is applicable towards tuition, textbooks, equipment, or lab fees. By the time of submission, applicants must be in high school or an undergraduate enrolled in a two or four year college program, and maintain 2.5 grade point average or above in order to continue the scholarship. Only two recipients are selected per year.

To learn more about the program, please visit: https://nassco.com/employees/dependentscholarship

NASSCO President Kevin Graney with 2017 recipient Ellyn Brouillette and her family.
NASSCO President Kevin Graney with 2017 recipient Vanessa Macias and her family.