Devereux New York awards inaugural
scholarship to Red Hook High School senior
Advanced Behavioral Health New York recently awarded its
first-ever high school scholarship.
The $500 “Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health High School
Scholarship Award” is presented to a graduating Red Hook High School senior who
is pursuing an undergraduate degree in psychology, social work or special
education. The scholarship was presented this summer to a student who plans to major
“As a Red Hook graduate and life-long member of this
community, I was thrilled and honored to present this award to a well-deserving
and hard-working student,” said Devereux New York Director of People Operations
Arthur Roberts. “Since our main
campus is located in Red Hook, and we employ many local residents, we saw this not
only as a potential recruitment opportunity, but as a way for Devereux to give
back to the community.”
Devereux New York is hiring!
on the success of the inaugural scholarship, Devereux New York plans to award
additional scholarships to local high school seniors next spring.
believe this approach will positively impact our recruitment efforts, which
also include participating in high school job fairs,” Roberts explained.
“Devereux is always looking for talented behavioral health professionals who
have a passion for helping individuals in need. These scholarships are the
perfect way for us to effectively promote the Devereux brand, and the meaningful
and rewarding work we do, on a daily basis.”
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