Scholarship

2022 Supply Chain Management Scholarship Awards

Since inception of the Traffic Club of Pittsburgh merit-based Scholarship Program, over $560,000 has been awarded to college students. Awards will again be presented in conjunction with the 118th Annual Dinner on March 3, 2022, at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh.

The scholarship program continues to provide a valuable resource for college students as well as to Club members having recruiting responsibilities. Scholarship applicants have gone on to find employment, internships and networking opportunities with prominent companies whose executives are members of the Traffic Club.

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Our scholarship program continues 2022 with a purpose to attract the highest achieving undergraduate students to our club’s mission to promote professionalism in the fields of transportation and supply-chain management. The scholarship program continues to provide a valuable resource for college students as well as to Club members having recruiting responsibilities.

Scholarship applicants have gone on to find employment, internships and networking opportunities with prominent companies whose executives are members of the Traffic Club.

More Information

For information on the 2022 Traffic Club of Pittsburgh Scholarship Program, please contact:

Tom Bakin at (412) 965-7612
or email scholarships@trafficclubofpittsburgh.org

2022 Winners

First row left to right – Gretchen Chamberlain ( President), Kyra Cunningham, Julie Liu, Kevin Koelsh, Vivian Tran, Lillian Qin

Second row left to right – Patricia Cox ( Board member), Eva Laurer, Caden Hazenstab, Michael Saunders, Thomas Nevil

2020 Scholarship Winners

2021 Winners

Bridgette Larson (University of Tennessee), Cross Kotrozo (University of Pittsburgh), Marguerite Gelinas (University of Maryland), Marisa McCoy (West Virginia University), Paige Ruhlman (Arizone State University), Robert D’Acunto (The Pennsylvania State University), Sara Heckelman (University of Maryland), Vivian Truong (University of Maryland)

2020 Scholarship Winners

2020 Winners

Abigail Wilson (Michigan State University), Maria Lucchi (The Pennsylvania State University), Justin Hyrb (Duquesne University), Rocky Bleier (Speaker), Andrew Dougher (Duquesne University), Jill Anna Gelinas (University of Maryland, College Park), Trey Quealy (The University of Tennessee, Knoxville), Julia Mionis (Arizona State University), Amy Toscano (West Virginia University)

2020 Scholarship Winners

2018 winners

(L to R) J.M. Fischer (University of Pittsburgh), A. Elton (Arizona State University), T.D. Harris (Arizona State University), I.B. Miller (Arizona State University), N.T. Holwerda (Michigan State University), L.A. Poillon (Pennsylvania State University), T.R. Pershall (The Pennsylvania State University), M.M. Nehr (Duquesne University)

2020 Scholarship Winners

2017 winners

L to R) M.A, Zaatar (Michigan State), J.M. Xander (Duquesne), B.Collins (Duquesne), J.Blue (Arizona State), C.B.Thomas (Arizona State),
K.J. Krieger (Penn State), C.T.France (Michigan State), E.R Ward (Duquesne), M.Woomer (Penn State)

2017 Scholarship Winners

2016 winners

L to R Emily Waschenko, Rick Sullivan, Erin Loftus, Matthew Christiansen, Darby Hogan,
Karen Burlingame, Tiffany Lam, Erin Boyd, James Ayoub, Jr.

2016 Winners

2015 winners

L to R, P.M. Kelly (Club President), Julie Wetzel, W.E. Porter (Committee Chair), Adam Wenger, Kristen Stojakovich,

Daniel Rose, Elizabeth Regan, Alison Pryor, Erika Mionis, Kelsey Klein, Lauren Eckert, Jada Chou

2016 Winners

2014 winners

Markea Dickinson, Jesse Swank, Chelsey Miller, Karoline Rueckerl, and Daniel Trushkov, Megan Shivy, Emily Powell and Casey Bessell

2013 winners

L to R:   Jesse Swank (Penn State), Alaina Rothstein (Maryland), Alexandra Kalina (Duquesne), Samantha Jarmul (Penn State), Markea Dickinson (Penn State), Nicholas Gray (Duquesne), Lisa Chesko 

2016 Winners

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Traffic Club membership is open to anyone involved in transportation. Our purpose is to encourage and protect trade and commerce ... by bringing together those engaged in transportation of freight and passengers so that their mutual interests will be advanced.

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