Los dueños operadores de McDonald’s reconocen a los becados de 2021 y a los graduados de High School/McDonald’s Owner Operators Recognize 2021 Scholarship Recipients and High School Graduates

Los dueños operadores de McDonald’s reconocen a los becados de 2021 y a los graduados de High School/McDonald’s Owner Operators Recognize 2021 Scholarship Recipients and High School Graduates

Los dueños operadores de McDonald’s Carmen y John De Carrier reconocen a los becados de 2021 y a los graduados de High School

Chicago, Illinois (NED). 51 graduados de High School y 19 becados fueron reconocidos recientemente por los dueños operadores de McDonald’s, Carmen y John De Carrier.

La cena fue una oportunidad de resaltar los logros de los estudiantes recién graduados,

al igual que otorgar becas a empleados merecedores y/o miembros de sus familias.

Carmen y John crearon el Fondo de Becas Mia De Carrier en honor a su hija que es autista.  Su meta para el fondo era darle a jóvenes de nuestra comunidad la oportunidad de esforzarse y alcanzar metas que su hija no puede hacer.

Desde 2019 han otorgado 37 becas de $2,000 cada una alcanzando ya un total de $74,000.

Quisiéramos felicitar a todos los graduados de la Clase de 2021 por sus logros en haber terminado la secundaria”, les dijeron Carmen y John “y queremos tomar esta oportunidad para animarlos a que sigan persiguiendo las metas que se han trazado para el futuro. Hoy es un día para mirar hacia delante y soñar con las maravillosas posibilidades que el futuro les depara.  Permitan que su pasión se convierta en propósito firme y que algún día se convierta en profesión”.

Los De Carrier también han sido instrumentales en encabezar y mantener el Fondo de Becas MHOA/HACER con la Asociación de Dueños Operadores Hispanos de McDonald’s la que ha otorgado casi $400,000 en becas a jóvenes hispanos desde 2013.

Carmen y John están firmemente comprometidos a apoyar la educación en nuestra comunidad y se están esforzando en expandir e impulsar los dos programas de becas.

 

 

McDonald’s Owner Operators Carmen and John De Carrier

Recognize 2021 Scholarship Recipients and High School Graduates

Chicago, Illinois (NED). 51 high school graduates and 19 scholarship recipients were recently recognized by Chicagoland area McDonald’s Owner Operators, Carmen and John De Carrier.

The dinner was an opportunity to highlight the accomplishments of the recently graduated students, as well as award scholarships to worthy employees and/or members of their families.

Carmen and John created the Mia De Carrier Scholarship Fund in honor of their daughter who has Autism. Their goal for the Fund was to give young people in our community the opportunity to strive for and achieve goals that their daughter is unable to.

Since 2019, they have awarded 37 scholarships of $2,000 each to recipient; reaching a total of $74,000 in that time.

“We would like to congratulate all of the graduates of the Class of 2021 on completing your high school education,” Carmen and John told them “We want to take this opportunity to encourage you to pursue your goals. On this day, you must look ahead and dream of all the bright possibilities that the future holds for you.  Allow your passion to become your purpose and it will one day become your profession.”

The De Carriers have also been instrumental in spearheading and maintaining the MHOA/HACER Scholarship Fund with the McDonald’s Hispanic Operators Association, which has awarded almost $400,000 in scholarships to local Hispanic young people since 2013.

Carmen and John are firmly committed to supporting education in our community and are working toward the expansion of both scholarship programs moving forward.

PIE DE GRABADO

Carmen (atrás, izq) y John (atrás, der) De Carrier celebran juntos con los becados mas recientes del programa de becas Mia De Carrier. Con el mantenimiento de éxito escolar,
estos becados son elegibles para recibir una beca por cada año de sus estudios en la universidad.

Carmen (back, left) and John (back, right) De Carrier celebrate with the most recent scholarship recipients from the Mia De Carrier Scholarship Program. If these students maintain their scholastic success, they are eligible to receive a scholarship annually throughout their undergraduate studies.

 

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