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Hunter Diemert Memorial Scholarship Established

As the leading scholarship provider in Livermore, the Pedrozzi Foundation values all educational and career pursuits so helps defray the costs of attending vocational training programs, community colleges, and universities. Hunter working on a backyard project. Hunter Diemert, a well-loved Livermore High School student, tragically died in an accident in August 2021, just [...]

Public Service Loan Forgiveness: you might be entitled to credit for past payments

Do you have a federal student loan? Did you know that there is a new waiver that may allow you to get credit for past payments, even if you didn’t qualify before? It’s true- the Biden administration has temporarily relaxed the requirements for student loan forgiveness. You must act quickly, however, because the waiver will [...]

$459,000 Awarded in 2022

The Pedrozzi Foundation recently awarded $459,000 in scholarships to 127 local students, 20% of whom are in the first generation of family members to attend college. These scholars will be attending community college, undergraduate, graduate, and vocational schools. The newest Pedrozzi Scholars, along with family and friends, were excited to return to the Bankhead Theater [...]

2022 Cohort of Pedrozzi Young Scholars Selected

The newest Pedrozzi Young Scholars, along with family and friends, were excited to return to the Bankhead Theater in downtown Livermore for the Foundation’s annual recognition event.  These eleven 5th-graders from Marylin Avenue Elementary School were selected for being model students with strong academic accomplishments. The Pedrozzi Young Scholar Program promotes equity in opportunity for [...]

Job Posting – CLOSED: Temporary Administrative Manager

This position has been filled. The Pedrozzi Foundation has a job opening for a Temporary Administrative Manager. SUMMARY: This is a temporary position while the current Administrative Manager is out on leave. The Administrative Manager will perform variety of clerical, administrative, and support tasks related to the successful operation of the Pedrozzi Foundation, including administrative [...]

High School Seniors – Submit the FAFSA or CADAA now

Besides applying for college or a vocational training program and enjoying senior year activities, all high school seniors should apply for financial aid to help fund their post high school pursuits. 85% of students have a chance of receiving some kind of financial aid. 92% of applicants from low-income households receive grant money, which [...]

2021 Scholarship Applications Due March 2

The 2021 Pedrozzi Scholarship applications are open. Livermore students pursuing college and career training are encouraged to apply. At least 80 scholarships will be awarded this year to help defray the costs of attending vocational training programs, community colleges, colleges and universities. Eligible applicants must be graduates of the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District, [...]

Kim Cupps Memorial STEM Scholarship Fund Established

A scholarship fund has been established in memory of Kim Cupps and in honor of her long career at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the Computing Directorate. Cupps passed away in June 2019 following a courageous battle with ovarian cancer. Cupps was born and raised in Livermore, and after graduating from Granada High School in [...]

Blanche Embick Pontau Scholarship Established

Longtime Livermore residents Donna and Art Pontau have established community college scholarship to be awarded annually in honor of Blanche Embick Pontau, Art’s mother. Blanche Embick was born and raised in Philadelphia during the Great Depression; her family struggled financially. Blanche grew up resilient and was among the first women to enlist in the U.S. [...]

Bill Geyer Memorial Scholarship Established

The Rotarian Foundation of Livermore has established a scholarship fund through the Pedrozzi Foundation to honor community-minded and beloved Livermore resident Bill Geyer. Born in Pennsylvania into a military family, Geyer spent his youth traveling the world. He met his wife, Dianna, while his father was stationed in Japan. In 1977, the couple opened Livermore [...]

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