Palm Beach County Property Appraiser announces scholarship awards

Two Glades Region students received scholarships

Posted 6/1/22

The office of Palm Beach County Property Appraiser Dorothy Jacks, CFA, AAS, announced the award of six college scholarships...

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Palm Beach County Property Appraiser announces scholarship awards

Two Glades Region students received scholarships

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WEST PALM BEACH — The office of Palm Beach County Property Appraiser Dorothy Jacks, CFA, AAS, announced the award of six college scholarships of $1,500 each to Palm Beach County high school seniors who plan to attend a higher education institution full time.

The recipients are:

• Kazi Amin, graduating from Atlantic Community High School, attending University of Central Florida;

• Ben-Gina Fantaisie, graduating from Atlantic Community High School, attending Florida State University;

• Tasnia Tabassum, graduating from Pahokee Middle-Senior High School, attending University of South Florida;

• Moshammet Jarin, graduating from Glades Central Community High School, attending University of Florida;

• Diksha Gupta, graduating from Suncoast High School. attending University of Florida;

• Jelianys Ramos-Burgos. graduating from Royal Palm Beach Community High School, attending University of Florida.

Each recipient will also be offered an opportunity for a paid summer internship in the Property Appraiser’s Office.

“Heartfelt congratulations to all of our scholarship recipients,” said  Jacks. “These scholarships are completely funded by employee donations, and I know each member of my staff feels pride in recognizing these exceptional graduates.”

Scholarship recipients will be recognized at a small ceremony at the Property’s Appraiser’s Office in West Palm Beach at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, June 1.

“These incredible students demonstrated excellence in academic ability, persistence, leadership, and service to others,” said Ms. Jacks. “It’s a privileged to recognize them in person this year.”

With this 29th year of the program, the Palm Beach County Property Appraiser’s Office has awarded more than $160,000 in college scholarships.

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