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Girl Scouts Of Suffolk County Award College Scholarships

Pictured: (l. to r.): Olivia Vigliotti, Troop 1631, Ronkonkoma; Tammy Severino, CEO, Girl Scouts of Suffolk County; Marissa Cilibrasi, Troop 1631, Ronkonkoma. 

Photo courtesy of the Girl Scouts of Suffolk County.

The Girl Scouts of Suffolk County awarded its annual Past Presidents Scholarships to five young women planning on attending college in Fall 2024. Each Girl Scout received $500 to be used toward tuition or other expenses related to attending college.

“These young women have demonstrated a lifelong dedication to the Girl Scouts and the values we represent,” said Tammy Severino, CEO, Girl Scouts of Suffolk County. “Our Girl Scouts are learning to appreciate the outdoors, life skills, leadership and entrepreneurial skills as well as STEM and the arts. We are so proud of them and know they will succeed in college.”

The five scholarship recipients for 2024 are:

  • Lillian Clements, Troop 60100, Northport, NY
  • Olivia Vigliotti, Troop 1631, Ronkonkoma, NY
  • Marissa Cilibrasi, Troop 1631, Ronkonkoma, NY
  • Sarah DiPersio, Troop 227, Miller Place, NY
  • Julia Davi, Troop 98, Brightwaters, NY

 The Board of Directors established the Past Presidents Scholarship Fund in 1988 to award educational scholarships to outstanding Ambassador Girl Scouts in the following categories: Academic Achievement, Community Service, Girl Scouting, and Personal Challenge. The scholarships will be awarded to five qualifying graduating Ambassador Girl Scouts in the Spring of the current year.

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 About Girl Scouts of Suffolk County 

Since 1968, Girl Scouts of Suffolk County has been committed to building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. With over 15,000 members, they are one of the largest youth-serving agencies in Suffolk County. Girl Scouts helps girls develop their full individual potential; relate to others with increasing understanding, skill, and respect; develop values to guide their actions and provide the foundation for sound decision making; and contribute to the improvement of society through their abilities, leadership skills, and cooperation with others. For more information about the Girl Scouts of Suffolk County, please call (631) 543-6622 or visit

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