Friday, July 11, 2008

Lee Reed Jr. (Chicago) * Eli Lilly Scholarship for BDPA Students


Lee Reed Jr. won the Eli Lilly Scholarship for BDPA Students last year. This graduate of Walter Payton High School in Chicago IL will use his scholarship funding to attend the University of Michigan in a few months.

Lee is spending his summer as an intern at JPMorgan Chase. He is also working with the HSCC national team trained by BDPA Chicago chapter for the fifth year in a row! Lee distinguished himself as a phenomenal engineer and student.

It is no coincidence that BDPA Chicago HSCC team won three gold medals at the Midwest Regional (2004-2006). BDPA Foundation is proud to know that Lee is a Bemley Scholar as a result of his National HSCC championship (2006) and National HSCC bronze medal (2007).

Lee is the team captain for the BDPA Chicago HSCC team that will compete in Atlanta GA next month. I encourage you to use the COMMENTS section below to share some love with this winner of the 2007 Eli Lilly Scholarship for BDPA Students!


NOTE: The 2008 Eli Lilly Scholarship for BDPA Students is accepting applications through July 25.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I expect great things from Mr. Reed. It has been a joy working with him and watching him develop as a student and as a young man. I know he will make his parents and the Chicago Chapter very proud after he matriculates to the University of Michigan. Lee - go get em! Mr. G

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Mr. G - You have reason to be proud. Lee is one of the most honored HSCC alumni in over 20 years of the program...

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