Michael O’Kane ’67 found his major and his best job after initial missteps. It took only one try to find a great way to support Lafayette while reaping personal benefits.
Initiative: Financial Aid
Strengthening financial aid is the largest single goal of the Live Connected, Lead Change campaign. Nothing is more important to the future of Lafayette.
Here are some examples of the impact of your investment.
A need-based scholarship has enabled Pakistan native Aleeza Ajmal ’18 to receive a liberal arts education while focusing on chemical engineering.
An internship stipend put Jeffrey Zimmer ’10 on a path that saw him contribute to the growth of liberty.
Richard Paynton Jr. ’86 carries on family traditions in business and in giving back.
Donors funding summer internship stipends give students a major career boost.
Don Mildrum ’53 is providing future support through his will for students studying his career field, engineering, and his life’s passion, music.
A scholarship made all the difference for Norm Riley ’56.
Chuck Werner ’62 has a love of rare books that benefits the Met, Lafayette, and his community.
Alumni, parents, and friends help ensure Lafayette’s future strength while taking advantage of financial vehicles that enhance their estate plans.
He’s put Lafayette in his will to lend a helping hand to students and honor his father’s ethic of hard work.