SAN JOSE, Tinian—Bridge Investment Group financially assisted with the annual renewal membership fee for Tinian Jr./Sr. High School chapters of the National Honor Society and the National Junior Honor Society.
Last June 3, the company issued a monetary donation of $770 to the organization. The society encompasses a diverse group of students who play a huge role in the community demonstrating exceptional leadership skills.
This organization was founded to recognize outstanding students all over the U.S. and U.S. territories who exemplify the four pillars of NHS/NJHS—scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
In addition, to the high academic standards, members are highly encouraged to be proactive in school and community activities. With continued organization membership, Tinian Junior Senior High School’s NHS and NJHS will be nationally recognized as official members of this prestigious global society and the graduating seniors will gain access to scholarships that will help fund their college education.
“With renewal comes the opportunity for upcoming seniors, who are members of the society to apply for the National Honor Society scholarship. Every year there are 3,000 national semifinalists who receive $1,500, 25 national finalists who receive $3,000, and a national winner who will receive $15,500. Credit is being awarded to Bridge Investment Group for donating last year’s renewal fee for both school chapters,” said NHS president Gerald Crisostomo
Bridge Investment Group will continue to champion such wonderful educational endeavors, which will benefit our children. These dedicated and hardworking students need to know that their efforts are appreciated and Bridge Investment Group is a firm believer that an investment in our future leaders is an investment in our community.