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St. Albans School of Public Service Selected Recipients of AUSA Scholarships for the 2008 Summer Session
05/28/2008

This year, AUSA partnered with St. Albans School of Public Service (SPS) to award summer tuition to two deserving Army dependents. SPS Director Suzanne Wood said, “We’re delighted that AUSA has, through this scholarship, given us an opportunity to bring children of serving military personnel - who truly epitomize public service - to take part in the St. Albans School of Public Service program.”

The winners are John Lasko of Wiesbaden American High School in Germany and Benjamin Garlick of Osbourne High School in Manassas, VA. Both recipients were chosen by SPS for demonstrating strong academic achievement and leadership skills at their current educational institutions. They will begin the summer session on June 22nd. To learn more about the winners, please visit the School of Public Service’s website at http://www.schoolofpublicservice.org.

About St. Albans School of Public Service:
St. Albans School of Public Service is a co-ed, residential summer public service and public policy program for students who are entering their senior year or who will turn 17 by September 1, 2008. Only 30-35 students are selected to attend and are chosen from across the country, as well as overseas. The students examine public policy, engage in foreign and domestic simulations, and hear speakers and visit sites related to the area of public service. The program runs from June 22nd through July 19th. To learn more about the program, please visit PSP’s website at www.schoolofpublicservice.org.


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