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Case Study

GE Lighting and CWRU Partner on Scholarship

GE Lighting and Case Western Reserve have partnered together to offer a full-tuition scholarship to a student who started as a freshman this academic year having graduated from the MC2STEM school on GE Lighting’s campus at Nela Park. STEM education is important to both GE Lighting and Case Western Reserve, as well as providing educational opportunities to students from the Cleveland Municipal School District. The partnership was created as part of the GE Works program, which provided philanthropic support to various projects, in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of GE Lighting at their Nela Park campus in East Cleveland. Sonia Davis, the student recipient, is pictured along with her parents, the principal of MC2STEM, GE’s CEO Jeff Immelt, GE Lighting’s President and CEO Maryrose Sylvester and CWRU President Barbara Snyder at the 100th anniversary celebration last year.

To find out how you can make a difference by partnering with Case Western Reserve, please contact the Office of Corporate Relations at 216.368.6665 or corporaterelations@case.edu.