Congratulations to 2014 Scholarship Winner Siobhan Conley


The Marcy Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce Siobhan Conley as the recipient of its $750 scholarship award. This award is based on scholastic achievement, school activities and community commitment.

Siobhan graduated from Sauquoit Valley in 2013 and is currently enrolled in the 1+2+1 program at SUNYIT and St. Elizabeth School of Nursing to obtain her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Nursing.

Siobhan graduated fourth in her high school class and received numerous academic honors including induction into the National honor society, scholar athlete, New Visions high honors, and was on the president’s list.

Throughout her high school career she participated in many clubs and activities including: student council, Skills USA, Interact club, art club, band, choir, NYSMA, school musical, soccer, volleyball, track, and Irish step dancing.

When asked why she chose a career path in nursing, Siobhan stated, “I have always enjoyed helping out others and believe that the nursing field will help me to better the community by allowing me to directly care for individuals face-to-face.” After she graduates with her degree in nursing, she hopes to be a traveling nurse specializing in critical care or pediatrics. While traveling in the profession, she plans on taking online courses to obtain her master’s degree and become a physician’s assistant.

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