Proud and honored to announce that PAVEN, will be changing the name of the University of Maryland’s PAVEN Scholarship to honor John Chocha and Vivian Helen Chocha Kline (final name will be chosen by family), and same university! PAVEN made the decision as a way To honor both for our CEO/Founder with additional details to follow!
PAVEN AND ANSON K. KHINE SCHOLARSHIPS - Additional Information
Stay tuned for updates for Anson K. Khine and PAVEN scholarships! Schools impacted will beNortheastern University, University of Maryland and University of California San Francisco! Receptions and fundraisers will be announced soon. Scholarship Universities were located based on geographic areas in which PAVEN has a footprint. Scholarships will be awarded once fully funded and will be given/awarded annually! Details foe eligibility will be posted on Paven.us soon!
ANSON K. KHINE SCHOLARSHIP - Anson was a close friend who fought a courageous battle with cancer. Prior to his death, he was eligible for a experimental process at UCSF but before he could enroll, the cancer spread too quickly. The scholarship was named after Anson and is for students interested in the Arts, Humanities, Science or Research and who have a passion to work with ending prejudice and violence. For the first two years, students must reside in either Fremont or San Francisco, CA before opening up nationwide. Anson lived in San Francisco, his family resides in Fremont!
PAVEN SCHOLARSHIPS - Northeastern University’s PAVEN Scholarship for first two years will be for students in the Essex County or Suffolk County before opening up nationally. For students interested in Arts, Humanities, Science or Research and who have a passion to work with ending prejudice and violence. PAVEN’S Founder attended Northeastern University and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BS Criminal Justice ‘97 and during that time spent time in both counties completing his studies and had the support of friends (extended family) in Essex County!
University of Maryland first two years will be for students in Hagerstown, MD, Chambersburg, PA, snd Martinsburg, WV before opening up nationally. For students interested in Arts, Humanities, Science, Agriculture or Research and who have a passion to work with ending prejudice and violence. Our Founder grew up in those respective areas with each area having a profound impact on his life and development and still has family in those and surrounding areas!
More details will be posted soon!
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