Clarence Community & Schools Federal Credit Union recently announced the recipient of the 2020 Clarence Community & Schools FCU Scholarship for the Clarence High School Academy of Business & Finance.
Max Evorlina, a recent graduate of Clarence High School, is this year’s scholarship recipient.
“Max represents the credit union motto of ‘people helping people’ and is deserving of this recognition” said Dawn Snyder, a member of the scholarship selection committee. Evorlina will attend the University of Alabama to study finance in the fall.
“We are pleased to present this year’s Clarence Community & Schools FCU Academy Scholarship to Max. We saw firsthand his kind demeanor, dedication to hard work and commitment to the world of finance as our intern last summer” said Becky Smith, CEO of CCSFCU. “We wish him success as he enters the next chapter in his life and education.”
Clarence Community & Schools Federal Credit Union serves the Clarence, Amherst and Akron areas. CCSFCU offers a complete line of financial services including savings, loans, home mortgages, checking products as well as online and home banking services.
For more information stop by the office, call 630-0888 or visit on the web at www.ccsfcu.com/.