Since 2005, 100% of Carver seniors have graduated high school on time, and almost all become first generation college students. But that is not the end of the relationship for Carver. To date, 85% of our Carver college students graduate from four-year colleges and universities within six years and many of them received financial support and personal advocacy from Carver throughout those years. We need to do more. We as a community can do more. Your financial support of Carver youth endures beyond high school. Your generosity Builds Lifetime Achievers who go on to impact our community for generations to come.
Now in its second year, the Darien Rotary Scholarship was awarded to two outstanding Carver students enrolled at Norwalk Community College (NCC). Rashida Richard received a $4,000 scholarship to attend NCC as a freshman in Fall 2019.
Old and new Carver friends gathered for fun fellowship and to learn about the great work being accomplished Carver youth, thanks to the hospitality and leadership of Roz & Phil Butterfield and Angela & Peter Keiser. Funds raised on Friday evening (June 21, 2019) will support Carver’s college scholarship fund.