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Jan Stackhouse Award and Scholarship

Connecticut 1979

2011 Winners

Award - James Noone

Scholarship - Amanda Cintron, Latisha Lane

2010 Winners

Award - Helaine Fox

Scholarship - James Noone

2009 Winners

Award - Roberta Murphy

Scholarship - Lendynette Pacheco

 

2008 Winners

Award - David Ibghi

Scholarship - Kathrina Suarez

2007 Winners

Scholarship - Vikki Basilico, Roberta Murphy, Felicia Rickett-Samuels

2006 Winners

Janet Rivera - the Jan Stackhouse Award to a graduating student who has shown leadership in labor relations and women empowerment activities

Daniel Kearney - the Jan Stackhouse scholarship to a continuing student who has excelled in labor relations activities

The Jan Stackhouse Scholarship is for a student excelling and leading activities in industrial and labor relations at Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business.

Jan’s goal was to help make the world a better place for workers and women. The Stackhouse Scholarship is being created to continue Jan’s work by supporting future leaders in the area of industrial and labor relations.

We have set a goal of $50,000 to enable the creation of a perpetual fund for a partial or full scholarship. All interested parties are encouraged to help donate to the funding, which is 100% tax deductible. (The Baruch College Fund is a registered 501(c) 3. ) Family members, friends and colleagues at Baruch and SEIU 1199 look forward to awarding the scholarship to the first recipient in the spring of 2006.

To make donations to the Jan Stackhouse Scholarship fund, write your check to:

Baruch College Fund/Jan Stackhouse Scholarship
(You must include Jan’s name to allow us to get credit for the donation.)

Please send your checks to:

Baruch College Fund/Jan Stackhouse Scholarship
@Baruch College
c/o Betty Wong
One Bernard Baruch Way
PO Box B9-240
New York, NY 10010

To make pledges towards the scholarship, please email pledge@janstackhouse.org.

When pledging, tell us what you might be able to donate by December 31, 2005 and provide your contact information – name, phone, email, address and the best way to reach you.

If you would like to volunteer to help with the fundraising, please email volunteer@janstackhouse.org. Please provide your contact information.

Applicants for the Stackhouse scholarship must be graduate students of the Executive Masters Program of Industrial and Labor Relations in the Management department of Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business. More information about the scholarship application will be available at www.zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu.