• Education Partnership

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  • A strong commitment to education has led Mount Vernon Lee  Chamber of Commerce to provide scholarships for local graduating high school students pursuing further education in business.

    Since 1998, the Mount Vernon Lee Chamber of Commerce has  provided scholarships worth more than $170,000 to local high school students. In 2016, eight scholarships with a total value of $14,500 were awarded.

    You are invited to be part of this effort to prepare future business and community leaders by contributing to the Chamber’s scholarship fund.

     

    A “Summa Cum Laude” $2,000 investment provides these benefits:

    • A scholarship named after your business awarded to a local high school senior.
    • A listing on the Chamber’s Education Honor Roll published in  local newspapers and on Chamber social media.
    • Your business logo with hotlink to your website on the scholarship application page.
    • Reserved admissions and recognition at Scholarship Awards.

     

    A “Magna Cum Laude” $1,000 investment provides these benefits:

    • A listing on the Chamber’s Education Honor Roll published in  local newspapers and on Chamber social media.
    • Your business logo with hotlink to your website on the scholarship application page.
    • Reserved admissions and recognition at Scholarship Awards.

     

    A “Cum Laude” $500 investment provides these benefits:

    •  A listing on the Chamber’s Education Honor Roll published in  local newspapers and on Chamber social media.
    • Your business logo with hotlink to your website on the scholarship application page.
    • Reserved admissions and recognition at Scholarship Awards.

     

     

  • PenFed Scholar 2016

    Joseph Hammer, West Potomac High School, is the PenFed 2016 Scholar. Joseph is part of an active duty  military family and plans to study business at Virginia Tech.

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    Education Partnership Board of Directors

    Chairman Jane Gandee, ServiceMaster NCR

    Michael Bennett, Ourisman

    Sonja Caison, The Cleaning Authority

    Travis Clarke, Burke & Herbert Bank

    Stanley Koussis, Andrews FCU

    George O'Quinn, Dominion Surveyors Inc.

    Scott Stroh, Gunston Hall

    Anthony Terrell, Mount Vernon High School