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Archbishop Molloy High School Students Earn National Awards For Community Service Impact

Molloy is delighted to announce 121 students are being recognized by the United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA) and InnerView in the seventh Annual Community Service Impact Awards! This program, open to all U.S. students, has been designed to connect student community service activities, skill development, and commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to transform our world. The Kroger Co. is presenting the 5th annual Zero Hero Awards to students for taking action to help create communities free of hunger and waste.

“The SDGs provide a framework for addressing the world’s most pressing challenges. They also present a unique opportunity for UN member states, grassroots organizations and advocates to work together to create a better future for everyone,” says Rachel Bowen Pittman, Executive Director of the United Nations Association of the USA. “Youth play a pivotal role in driving change forward, now more than ever. As an intergenerational movement of dedicated Americans, UNA-USA is committed to supporting the work of the vital work of the United Nations and SDGs. We are thrilled to partner with InnerView again this year and celebrate the impact youth have made in advancing the SDGs. Congratulations to this year’s awardees for their dedication and inspired action!”

Stanners delivered the most impact for SDG 4 - Quality Education.  Schools with a collective student impact above 2,000 hours of service, the equivalent of a full time employee, are recognized with a School Impact Award.  We are thrilled to acknowledge students from Molloy have invested 18,481 + hours in community needs: earning the Ruby Award.

“High school students have a strong perspective on the most challenging issues and needs facing our communities. These awardees exemplify young leadership, harnessing their passion and skills to enact positive change in their communities and beyond,” says Kristine Sturgeon, CEO of InnerView Technologies. “We feel privileged to work alongside these change-makers daily, supporting their journey, unlocking opportunities, and commemorating their achievements." 

The three-tier award program recognizes a range of student achievement: Merit for 30 hours, Honor for 60 hours and Ambassador for 100 hours of service this school year and special recognition for a focus on Zero Hunger and Zero Waste. 

Awardees Include: 

Ambassador Awardees: Carla Amendano ‘25, Annie Bacani ‘24, Nittya Bhattarai ‘25, Alyssa Bisono ‘25, Ashley Cajamarca ‘26, Yoojin Chang ‘26, McKayla Ciulla ‘26, Ava Cuoco ‘25, Karolina Duda ‘25, Gurpreet Heir ‘25, Ana Hernandez ‘25, Joseph Hoermann ‘25, Gabriella Jalajel ‘24, Gursimran Kaur ‘26, Kendall Kelly ‘24, Anna Lampman ‘24, Shade Murray ‘25, Kristen Mussalli ‘25, Romir Nohar ‘25, Moises Bien Nunag ‘25, Deirdre O'Toole ‘24, Emily Olaechea ‘25, Kiara Pena ‘24, Bryana Quintero ‘25, Aliana Rajkumar ‘25, Jasmin Reel ‘26, Caterina Romano ‘26, Lena Sackitey ‘24, Lauren Zamora ‘24, Ava Zeni ‘24

Honor Awardees: Muqeet Ahmad ‘25, Ana Botero-Gil ‘24, Camila Burga-Alcon ‘25, Tanvir Chahal ‘25, Giuliana Como ‘25, Aoife Garvey ‘25, Thalia Gianni ‘25, Ava Goldfeder ‘24, Laila Gulino ‘26, Angelina Iacovou ‘24, Katarina Jewell ‘24, Gianna Lugo ‘25, Anabelle Montano ‘25, Gabriella Savino ‘24, Christina Sbano ‘25, Serena Shao ‘24, Sameera Zaheid ‘27

Merit Awardees: Susan Adhikari ‘25, David Arce ‘25, Maria Badalamenti ‘25, Elizabeth Canty ‘26, Nicholas Carbone ‘26, Justin Cassablanca ‘24, Angeleyna Chapusette ‘25, Megan Chelius ‘26, Mackenzie Clarke ‘25, Francesca DeSantis ‘24, Lillian DeVivo ‘25, Olivia Farrell ‘25, Christopher Flynn ‘24, Isabella Fortunato ‘26, Eloradana Francisco ‘25, Anthony Frosina ‘25, Michael Gryglewski ‘24, Juan Guaman ‘26, Melisha Gurung ‘26, Mairead Harkins ‘24, Mercy Hatanga ‘25, Aileen Henning ‘26, Leah Hui ‘25, Gideon Jancu 26, Emma Jean-Pierre ‘26, Myroslava Khodak ‘26, Paula Kowalczyk ‘26, Matthew Leonard ‘24, Davin Lin ‘25, Abigail Long 24, Catherine McCarthy ‘25, Annalise McGlashan ‘25, Kelly McGowan ‘25, Ava Meier ‘24, Bailey Meier ‘24, Sofia Paz ‘25, Katelynn Perez ‘25, Luis Phillips ‘25, Alex Pulchan ‘26, Kaylani Ramirez ‘26, Venice Ramlochan ‘25, Jonathan Reiss ‘26, Ashleigh Remy ‘25, Tehya Ross ‘26, Edward Sanchez ‘26, Valerie Savage ‘24, Dana Seo ‘26, Noah Spencer ‘25, Alexandra Tardugno ‘24, Gianna Tinoco ‘26, Melina Tobar ‘25, Brendan Twomey ‘25, Allison Vargas ‘25, Angelina Vereshchagina ‘24, Cameron Villapaz ‘25, Caitlyn Wiafe ‘25, Ethan Yu ‘24

Zero Hero Awardees: Olivier Alexandre ‘25, Olympia Amaxas ‘24, Carla Amendano ‘25, David Arce ‘25, Nathaniel Baccaray ‘25, Maria Badalamenti ‘25, Alyssa Bisono ‘25, Camila Burga-Alcon ‘25, Ashley Cajamarca ‘26, Mallika Dasari ‘27, Christopher Elorriaga ‘27, Joni Fanord ‘26, Eloradana Francisco ‘25, Giovanni Gizzi ‘24, Alexander Gonzalez ‘26, Juan Guaman ‘26, Annika Jairam ‘24, David Jara ‘24, Emma Jean-Pierre ‘26, Nicolas Johnson ‘26, Nicole Jurski ‘24, Shade Murray ‘25, Kristen Mussalli ‘25, Luis Phillips ‘25, Ryan Pjetergjoka ‘26, Eleni Psyllos ‘25, Bryana Quintero ‘25, Ashleigh Remy ‘25, Edward Sanchez ‘26, Valerie Savage ‘24, Samantha Shoule ‘26, Arianna Steele ‘25, Tristan Teolotitla ‘25, Melina Tobar ‘25