Lauren Moss, Lewis Baron and Chloe Campbell-Hamilton secure CHSA’s 2017 Undergraduate Bursaries.
Chloe, Lewis and Lauren went to university with a little extra support from the CHSA. Each is receiving a total of £4,500 in three installments, paid at the beginning of the first, second and third years of their degrees.
Applicants were assessed by a Judging Panel, led by CHSA Treasurer David Garcia, according to need, worthiness, endeavor, and overall performance.
Chloe Campbell-Hamilton has been accepted to study Politics, International Relations and German at the University of Warwick. Her mother works for Arco Limited. Chloe has shown determination and commitment in achieving academic and sporting excellence.
Lauren Moss is to study a BSc In Psychology at the Royal Holloway, University of London. Her father is employed by Wightman and Parrish. She has overcome personal adversity, volunteered in her local community and argued for and won changes to the hygiene facilities at her college.
Lewis Baron is planning to study a BSC in Physiotherapy at the University of Bradford. His mother works for Star Tissue UK Ltd. He plans to use the bursary to fund books and uniform this year and travel to placements in the second and third years of his degree.
The CHSA Undergraduate Bursary is open to the sons and daughters of staff of CHSA member companies who on 1 September in the year in question are 18 years or over and commencing their higher education studies the they are selected.
The 2018 Bursary will be opened to new applicants in January 2018.