NFVA Announces 2022 Scholarship Winners
Congratulations to the winners of the 2022 North Falmouth Village Association scholarships! The four Falmouth High School graduates below will be off to college this fall with the help of a $1,000 award from the NFVA, which based its selections on academic achievements, community activities, and overall service.
• Skyler Falcone plans to begin pre-law studies at New York University before going on to law school. She also hopes to have time to travel.
• Colleen Caswell will study psychology at the College of Charleston in South Carolina. Ultimately she would like to pursue a master's degree and then apply to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. "I want to assist in criminal investigations by using behavioral analysis," she says.
• Brigid Murphy will study early childhood education at Clemson University in South Carolina, and her goal is to be a kindergarten teacher. Inspired by the story of Helen Keller, she wants to teach and help children with disabilities.
• Thomas Walker intends to major in computer engineering (hopefully at the college of his choice, University of Michigan). Wherever his career takes him, he says he'll always "bring a little of Falmouth with me."
Every year, the NFVA awards four $1,000 scholarship to graduating North Falmouth residents. The major consideration when awarding scholarships is service, either to the school or to the community.