Middlesex Community College

Middlesex Community College students awarded scholarships.

The Middlesex Community College Foundation recently awarded Celebrity Forum Scholarships to four Middlesex students. Fiona Logan of Wilmington, Chansettika Phorn of Lowell, Sergio Salvucci of Carlisle, and Kerri Sullivan of North Andover were awarded the scholarships at the MCC Foundation’s annual Celebrity Forum, held June 10 at Lowell Memorial Auditorium.

Daughter of the late Paul H. Sullivan, a popular radio broadcaster and adjunct professor of communication at Middlesex, Sullivan was awarded the Debra Chemelli Evans Scholarship, established in memory of the daughter of William Chemelli, president of the MCC Board of Trustees. Sullivan hopes to graduate from MCC in May 2012, then attend a four-year college to earn a bachelor’s degree in history, political science or communications.

Logan is an MCC Honors Program Scholar. She moved to the United States from Ireland in 2099 and plans to complete an associate degree in communications in December 2011. She hopes to attend a four-year college and earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

Phorn and Salvucci were enrolled in MCC’s Lowell Connections Program, a partnership between Middlesex and UMass Lowell. A native of Cambodia, Phorn attended Middlesex for three semesters and is now enrolled at UMass Lowell, pursuing a double major in accounting and corporate finance. Her goal is to become a CPA and earn a doctorate in accounting.

After two semesters at MCC, Salvucci is transferring to UMass Lowell in the fall and majoring in music performance with an emphasis in guitar. He plays six instruments and is also a composer. After earning his bachelor’s degree, Salvucci hopes to teach private music lesson, as well as study to become a luthier.

For more information about MCC Foundation scholarships, call Alice Rouse at 781-280-3541. For info about MCC’s Lowell Connections Program, call Charles Twomey at 978-656-3264.