Sandwich Student Receives Junior Year Business College Scholarship

$1,000 from Gary DellaPosta CPA firm
Scholarship - Gary DellaPosta, CPA; Arianna Breen; Bridget Buckley Breen (Courtesy photo)

From the Gary DellaPosta CPA Firm:

We are pleased to announce Arianna Breen as the winner of the 2018  Gary DellaPosta, CPA Business Scholarship for $1,000. 

Arianna is a local Sandwich resident who attended Sandwich High School, graduating in 2017. Arianna made a valuable and financially wise choice to conserve her savings and begin her college education locally at Cape Cod Community College. She then transferred to Boston College and the Carroll School of Management.

She has excelled in her studies at Boston while pursuing a major in Finance.   She has received excellent grades in her business classes, earning a 4.0 Spring GPA and currently holds a cumulative GPA of 3.95.  Her professors at Boston College both described her as being attentive, insightful and offering accurate insights into the coursework. Both were very impressed by her motivation to learn and her leadership skills.

In addition  Arianna is spending the summer interning at Cape Cod Five Savings Bank as a Residential & Consumer Lending intern. She has also worked at both Sunglass Hut & Café Riverview in Sandwich. She is active at school in the Consulting Club, Women in Business and Greek Club.

She is a true asset to the community and we are extremely pleased to offer her this opportunity to help her finish her college education. We look forward to seeing her future accomplishments! Congratulations Hannah!


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