The Daily Gazette, April 9, 2023

When she returned to college in her 40s, Schenectady resident Jennifer Malave knew she’d have a lot to juggle.

After working for a ticketing broker for years, the Bronx native was looking for a change and, with encouragement from her niece, moved up to Schenectady in 2019 and became a full-time student at SUNY Schenectady. She was also working two part-time jobs to cover the cost of school and living expenses.

Malave became involved in many student activities, made the President’s list each semester and was awarded the SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Student Excellence. That was all possible thanks to a scholarship from the Women’s Fund of the Capital Region, which Malave received in 2020 and 2021.

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