Mary Ippolito attended Ramapo College as a returning adult student and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1982. Following graduation, her work experience included 22 years as a health educator for the Bergen County Department of Health. Mary is a dedicated member of the Friends of Ramapo and has served as a Friends board member for many years.
This scholarship is a present to Mary’s husband Joseph. It is to fund a student registered with the Office of Specialized Services who has a documented medical disability, and plans to attend graduate school.
Application deadline was May 13, 2020
- GPA of 3.0+
- Junior or Senior who plans to attend graduate school
- Preference given to students with hearing, vision, neurological, neuromuscular or orthopedic disabilities.
- Essay topic: Describe what plans you have for graduate school, and any graduate programs to which you may have applied. Include the school or workplace accommodations you’ll be requesting, if any, and your career plans. Please proofread your essay; it is recommended that you ask your OSS advisor or other advisor to read your essay before you submit it.
Jamie Anne Anderson
Jamie Anne Anderson of Cliffside Park, N.J. is in her final year of Nursing school. The senior holds a 3.4 GPA, is on the Dean’s List, and is a member of the Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor society. She is also an active member of the Nursing Student Organization and was the team manager for the Ramapo Women’s Basketball Team.
Outside of school, Jaime volunteers as an EMT at Fairview Emergency Response and Mahwah Emergency Medical Services. During the week, she works at Pulse Transport, and on the weekends, she works as an EMT for Cliffside Park Emergency Medical Services.
Jamie has also worked as a student nurse in the critical care unit at St. Joseph’s Hospital. After Ramapo, she plans to pursue a nursing career in the military, attain her Masters of Science in Nursing, and hopefully travel and work with Doctors Without Borders.
Patricia Giudice of Jackson, N.J. is a Biology major with a Neuroscience minor. She has a 3.4 GPA, is a Presidential Scholarship recipient and member of the Alpha Lambda Delta honor society.
Patricia has been the publicist and vice president for Hillel, is in her second year of being an OSS Coalition Peer Facilitator, and is also involved with Wellness Is Now. She also volunteers at Temple Beth Am Shalom and at Six Flags Great Adventure, where she spent her summer as a veterinary intern at the Six Flags Safari. Patricia previously spent two years in the Safari as an animal and conservation educator.
She hopes to continue onto Veterinary school after graduation to obtain a D.V.M. “I simply do not see a future for myself that is not surrounded by animals.”
Back to List