Traffic Club Scholarship Awards

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For over 50 years, The Traffic Club has awarded scholarships to local college students related to our members.  We view this as an essential part of our community involvement, and an ideal way to help the next generation toward their goals.  The Club sponsors at least one award annually of no less than $1000, and in some years have provided two awards depending on the number of students applying and the quality of the submissions.  The award is based on academic performance, community involvement, and the candidate's presentation of themselves through an essay submitted as part of their application.

The Traffic Club of the Lehigh Valley is pleased to present this year's winner of the James Fritchey Memorial Scholarship to..


Steph Dean


Stephanie Dean graduated from Parkland High School in June and will be attending Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, majoring in Civil Engineering. Steph is interested in exploring traffic engineering, a subset of civil engineering that focuses on building roads. In addition to her academic pursuits, Steph enjoys playing competitive club soccer and has been actively involved with Girl Scouts for the past 13 years.

We would also like to acknowledge recent winners and wish them continued success in their academic endeavors

2020 Cody Weber, Shippensburg University

2019  Emily Flyte, Northampton Community College

2018 Caitlin Cunnigham, Goucher College

2018 Gabrielle LaPointe, Duquesne University

2017 Baylee Zimmerman, Point Park University

2017 Jacob Mann, West Chester University

2016 Fred Koeck, Georgia College

2015 Calli Zaleski, West Chester University


How to Apply

Applications are generally available at the start of each year, and can be obtained by emailing our Club Secretary, Mr. Joe Booth, at info@trafficcluboflv.org.  Applications completed in 2021 are due by March 15th, unless an extension is announced by the Club.

Entries are reviewed by our Education Committee to ensure they meet the minimum criteria, and then passed to an independent party to judge.  Winner(s) will be contacted directly by the Club by June 1, with presentation occurring at the annual  Lehigh Valley Transportation Forum.  Award disbursements will be made directly to the schools attended by the recipient(s).

Minimum criteria:

GPA of 2.7 or higher

Relative of a Traffic Club member who has been a member for at least one year OR a Student Member of the Traffic Club

Enrolled, or committed to, an accredited college, university, or trade school. 

Applicants will need to submit:

Application forum

Essay

Official School Transcripts

Brief Bio


Traffic Club of the Lehigh Valley

PO Box 91362

Allentown PA, 18109


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