DTE Midstream Scholarship

On September 10, 2013, the Foundation expanded its scholarship program with Susquehanna Consolidated High School to include a second scholarship for students interested in careers in business and technology. This program is carried out in partnership with DTE Midstream and is funded by them.

This scholarship provides up to $10,000 ($5,000 per year for two years). The qualification criteria, procedures and time-line are similar to the university scholarship program with eligibility limited to students who have attended SCHS for at least three years and are in their final year at SCHS. An independent panel nominated by the CWOF chooses from a list of finalists provided by SCHS.

The 2015/2016 scholarship winner, Adam McDonald, graduated from the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum and Natural Gas Technology in 2017. He now works for Keystone Clearwater as a senior water technician.






The 2017/2018 recipient, Shaun Anderson, graduated from the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum and Natural Gas in 2018. He currently works for Cabot Oil and Gas as a field operator.







The 2018/2019 winner, Lukas Marco, has graduated from the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum and Natural Gas in May, 2019. He is employed at Eberlin Welding.







Anthony Dolfini, Anthony Dolfini, the 2019/2020 winner, graduated from the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum and Natural Gas in May 2020 and now works for USA Compression as a field service technician.






The 2020/2021 recipient, Austin Pressley, the scholarship winner for 2020/2021, completed his studies at the Lackawanna College School of Petroleum and Natural Gas in May 2021. He has taken up employment with Archea Energy.







For 2022/2023, an award was made to Joshua Marco. Josh is the son of Kimberly and Nick Marco of Susquehanna. During his high school years, he was a member of the baseball team and worked on the yearbook. He also worked at the Elk Mountain Ski Resort and at Barnes-Kasson Hospital. Josh plans to study electrical engineering at the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown.




A second scholarship was granted for 2022/2023 to Jason Smith. Jason is the son of Katrina Thorn of Susquehanna. He played football at SCHS, served as captain of the team in his senior year and was employed at Schneider's Market and McDonalds. Jason will attend Keystone College where he will major in business studies.




These scholarships are fully funded through the generosity of of DT Midstream. The Claire Williams O'Neil Foundation is grateful to them for their ongoing support.