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Join the Moraine Valley Community College Foundation on Wednesday, Sept. 18, for the 43rd annual golf outing at Cog Hill Golf and Country Club in Lemont. Proceeds from the golf outing will fund scholarships for students who are motivated to attain their professional and personal growth through education.

The golf outing is a wonderful time to network with corporate executives, stakeholders, business owners, community members and employees of the college.

Please scroll down to register, purchase raffle tickets and sponsorships.

For more information about the golf outing, please contact the Foundation office at (708) 974-5740 or foundation@morainevalley.edu.

Moraine Valley Community College encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have any questions about the physical access provided, please contact Kristy McGreal at (708) 974-5335 or via email at mcgrealc2@morainevalley.edu at least one week before the event.

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Sophia Jablonski

Recipient of the Riley Spreadbury Scholarship

“After incurring personal and financial challenges all of my life, receiving a scholarship encouraged me to never give up on my dreams. Because of one generous donor making a difference for me, I’m able to pursue my studies in social work and strive to help kids with disabilities in my field of work.”

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Michal Staniszewski

Recipient of the Illinois Community College System Foundation Trust Scholarship

“I was heartbroken when I had to pause my respiratory therapy education to take care of my sick mother since English is not her first language. I lived through this quote, ‘Never give up because great things take time.’ Years later, I was accepted back into the program and received a scholarship, which will allow me to finish and help future patients.”

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Jaylyn Dillard

Recipient of the DKA Veteran Scholarship

“I work in a barbershop where we regularly give free haircuts to the homeless and back-to-school haircuts to children. Additionally, I volunteer to feed the homeless. Realizing that many families don’t have the finances to afford a simple haircut or meals, my goal is to obtain a business administration associate degree and learn to buy homes to utilize as shelter homes for those who cannot afford a place to live.”

2023 Golf Outing Photos

Thank you to the Foundation’s 2024 Annual Sponsors

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