Juliana Eoga Received Caring Student Award for 2022

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BOONTON — Juliana Eoga has been nominated by her Morris County Vocational-Technical School Counselor for the Morris County Professional Counselor Association Caring Student Award for 2022.

Sheriff James Gannon with Juliana Eoga when she received the “Caring Student Award for 2022”

Juilana was nominated for her character, kindness, and concern for those around her. This was a surprise and award presented to her in front of her home on June 7, 2022  This award is an honor for the student as it highlights a truly kind, considerate, and caring young adult from a Morris County High School.

Juilana is also the recipient of the VNANNJ Faith Scott Educational Scholarship, MCST PTO Scholarship as well as the 200 Club of Morris County Scholarship. She was recognized by Congresswoman Sherrill as a “2021 Hero.”

Juilana is a senior at Morris County School of Technology in the Sports Medicine Academy and was recently named Academy Scholar.  She is a volunteer on the Boonton Kiwanis First Aid Squad and the Montville First Aid Squad.  She completed EMT school this week and is waiting for her national certification exam results.

Juilana was the Captain of the Boonton High School cheerleaders for three of her four years in both Football and Basketball.

For her “Quarantine Sweet 16”, in May of 2020, Juilana collected over 200 cards and letters for the healthcare workers at the NJ Fireman’s Home, for the staff at Care One, and for the Newark Fire Department.

Juilana is planning to attend Stevens Institute of Technology to study Biomedical Engineering.

Sheriff James Gannon with Juliana Eoga when she received the “Caring Student Award for 2022”