The Stories Behind Your Donation

When you give to the Navy League Foundation, your money goes directly toward our scholarship winners. Each of this students, all descendents of sea service members, has a unique and inspiring story. The money you pledge changes their future and helps them on their path to success. 

 

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Jessica Georges is the daughter of a Navy veteran. She is a graduate of Paul V. Moore High School in Central Square, New York. Throughout high school, Jessica participated in field band, winter drumline, parade band, math team, drama club and peer tutoring. She was a National Merit Commended Scholar, an American Legion Auxiliary Empire Girls State Delegate, a member of the 2019 Conference All-State Wind Ensemble and the salutatorian of her class. In the fall, Jessica plans to attend Colby College and major in biology. 

 

 

 

 

Albert Levinson Scholarship 

Jordan Estes

Jordan Estes’ father is a captain in the Navy and commander of the Airwing (CAG) of CAG3 on the USS Eisenhower. He is currently deployed. All throughout high school, Jordan was involved in a number of clubs including the English, science, math, social studies and National Honor Societies. She participated in her class executive board, Best Buddies (a group for helping special needs children), girls varsity soccer all four years and in student body government. Within student body government, she was the chair of publicity, which was in charge of managing and advertising all school events. Jordan will be attending Baylor University in the fall with a focus in biology on the pre-med track. She is in the University Scholar program, a part of the Honors College that only accepts the top 2% of incoming freshmen.   

 

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