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Edward Helbling Wins Learning Ally National Achievement Award

Pennsbury High School graduate proves that dyslexia is not an obstacle to educational success.

PRINCETON, NJ – Learning Ally, a 66-year-old nonprofit serving individuals with learning and visual disabilities, has bestowed its Special Honors award to Edward Helbling of Fairless Hills, PA. Helbling is one of several students from across the U.S. who received cash awards and was honored at Learning Ally’s National Gala celebration in Washington, DC...

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Valeria Paradiso Wins Learning Ally National Achievement Award

Woodside resident and Hunter College student proves blindness is no obstacle to educational success

PRINCETON, NJ – Learning Ally, a 66-year-old nonprofit serving individuals with learning and visual disabilities, has bestowed its highest award to Valeria Paradiso of Woodside, NY. Paradiso is one of six students from across the U.S. who will receive cash awards and travel with their families to be honored at Learning Ally’s National Gala celebration in ...

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Matthew Guberman-Pfeffer Wins Learning Ally National Achievement Award

Stratford resident proves blindness is no obstacle to educational success

PRINCETON, NJ – Learning Ally, a 66-year-old nonprofit serving individuals with learning and visual disabilities, has bestowed its highest award to Matthew Guberman-Pfeffer of Stratford, Connecticut. Guberman-Pfeffer is one of six students from across the U.S. who will receive cash awards and travel with their families to be honored at Learning Ally’s National Gala celebration in Washington, DC ...

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Mara Schein Wins Learning Ally National

Baltimore resident, a freshman at Cornell University, proves dyslexia is no obstacle to educational success

PRINCETON, NJ – Learning Ally, a 66-year-old nonprofit serving individuals with learning and visual disabilities, has bestowed its highest award to Mara Schein of Baltimore, MD. Schein is one of six students from across the U.S. who will receive cash awards and travel with their families to be honored at Learning Ally’s National Gala celebration in Washington, DC in April...

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KELSEY WALDRON WINS LEARNING ALLY NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Denver resident, a freshman at Carleton College, proves dyslexia is not an obstacle to educational success

PRINCETON, NJ – Learning Ally, a 66-year-old nonprofit serving individuals with learning and visual disabilities, has bestowed its highest award to Kelsey Waldron of Denver, CO. Waldron is one of six students from across the U.S. who will receive cash awards and travel with their families to be honored at Learning Ally’s National Gala celebration in Washington, DC next April...

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BRIAN MILLER WINS LEARNING ALLY NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Alexandria resident proves blindness is no obstacle to educational success

PRINCETON, NJ – Learning Ally, a 66-year-old nonprofit serving individuals with learning and visual disabilities, has bestowed its highest award to Brian Miller of Alexandria, VA. Miller is one of six students from across the U.S. who will receive cash awards and travel with their families to be honored at Learning Ally’s National Gala celebration in Washington, DC this April.

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Brian Meersma Wins Learning Ally National Achievement Award

Princeton Junction resident and Cornell University freshman proves that dyslexia is not an obstacle to educational success

PRINCETON, NJ – Learning Ally, a 66-year-old nonprofit serving individuals with learning and visual disabilities, has bestowed its highest award to Brian Meersma of Princeton Junction, NJ. Meersma is one of six students from across the U.S. who will receive cash awards and travel with their families to be honored at Learning Ally’s ...

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Dustin Henderson Wins Learning Ally National Achievement Award

Madras resident proves learning disability is no obstacle to educational success

Madras resident proves learning disability is no obstacle to educational success Learning Ally, a 65-year-old nonprofit serving individuals with learning and visual disabilities, has bestowed its highest award to Dustin Henderson of Madras, Oregon. Henderson is one of six students from across the U.S. who will receive cash awards of $6,000 and travel with their families to be honored at Learning Ally’s National Gala celebration in Washington, DC this April.

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Edward Maza Wins Learning Ally National Achievement Award

Englewood resident proves dyslexia is no obstacle to educational success

PRINCETON, NJ – Learning Ally, a 65-year-old nonprofit serving individuals with learning and visual disabilities, has bestowed its highest award to Edward Maza of Englewood, New Jersey. Maza is one of six students from across the U.S. who will receive cash awards of $6,000 and travel with their families to be honored at Learning Ally’s National Gala celebration in Washington, ...

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Maia Schumacher Wins Learning Ally National Achievement Award

Tacoma resident proves learning disability is no obstacle to educational success

Tacoma resident proves learning disability is no obstacle to educational success PRINCETON, NJ – Learning Ally, a 65-year-old nonprofit serving individuals with learning and visual disabilities, has bestowed its highest award to Maia Schumacher of Tacoma, Washington. Schumacher is one of six students from across the U.S. who will receive cash awards of $6,000 and travel with their families to be honored at Learning Ally’s National Gala celebration in Washington,

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Greg Aikens Wins Learning Ally National Achievement Award

Smyrna resident proves blindness is no obstacle to educational and professional success

PRINCETON, NJ – Learning Ally, a 65-year old nonprofit serving individuals with learning and visual disabilities, has bestowed its highest award to Greg Aikens of Smyrna, Georgia. Aikens is one of six students from across the U.S. who will receive cash awards of $6,000 and travel with their families to be honored at Learning Ally’s National Gala celebration ...

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Patricia Halterman Wins Learning Ally National Achievement Award

Richmond resident proves visual impairment is no obstacle to educational and professional success

PRINCETON, NJ – Learning Ally, a 65-year old nonprofit serving individuals with learning and visual disabilities, has bestowed its highest award to Patricia Halterman of Richmond, California. Halterman is one of six students from across the U.S. who will receive cash awards of $6,000 and travel with their families to be honored at Learning Ally’s National Gala...

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Doug Sprei

Learning Ally
National Director, Communications & PR

609-243-5865
mailto:dsprei@learningally.org

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