The Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College, in partnership with The Children’s Village, proudly recognizes its 2017-2018 Charles A. Frueauff Foundation Scholarship Recipients (pictured, left to right):
Jonaly Alejandro (First-Year; Organizational Management and Leadership)
Katrina Lopez (First-Year; Clinical Practice)
Hector Hernandez (Second-Year; Community Organizing, Planning and Development)
Kristina Coleman (Second-Year; Organizational Management and Leadership)
Established in 1985, the Charles A. Frueauff Foundation Scholarship Program is a unique partnership between the Silberman School of Social Work; a leading private foundation; and The Children’s Village, one of metropolitan New York’s oldest and most impactful social service agencies. Generous funding from the Frueauff Foundation enables Children’s Village employees to earn their Master of Social Work (MSW) degrees at Silberman while remaining employed, as students in the School’s renowned One-Year Residency (OYR) Program.
This year’s two continuing and two new Scholarship Recipients demonstrate academic and professional excellence, and an extraordinary commitment to child welfare. Silberman congratulates them!