PSEG awards $12,000 grant to NJAC Foundation for Vo-Tech Graduates Studying Green

March 20th, 2015

News Release from the New Jersey Association of Counties Foundation:

The PSEG Foundation has awarded the NJAC Foundation a grant of $12,000.00 for county vocational-technical school graduates who plan on studying environmental science, green design, green technology, alternative energy, or other related subjects at a New Jersey county college or New Jersey state college or university in the fall.

“As our nation grows increasingly proactive about protecting the environment for future generations, I’m thrilled that PSEG and the NJAC Foundation have once again partnered on this important and timely initiative on behalf of our county vocational-technical school graduates across the State,” said NJAC Foundation President Donald De Leo.

The Foundation plans to award one $850.00 scholarship to a well-deserving student nominated by the county vocational-technical school superintendent in each county served by PSEG.  These counties include: Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, and Union counties.

“On behalf of the Board of Trustees of the NJAC Foundation, I commend PSEG for its continued commitment and generosity to the communities in which it serves, and look forward to working with our county vocational-technical schools in rewarding hard working students dedicated to creating green solutions and advancing their education,” said De Leo.

The PSEG Foundation (501c3) is the philanthropic arm of Public Service Enterprise Group (NYSE:PEG). The Foundation generally supports and invests in programs in three areas: community and the environment, education and safety. The Foundation provides grants to organizations in communities served by PSEG and its subsidiaries.

The NJAC Foundation is a non-profit organization affiliated with the New Jersey Association of Counties (NJAC) and is committed to providing innovative educational opportunities for county vocational-technical school and county college students.

For further information:  John G. Donnadio, Executive Director, New Jersey Association of Counties, 609-394-3467

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