Three Local Students Honored with Nancy and Robert Eskow Volunteer Awards

The National Council of Jewish Women, Essex County Section (NCJW/Essex) recently honored three exceptional Essex County high school students with the Nancy and Robert Eskow Volunteer Awards. In its 17th year, the recipients of the awards are recognized for their outstanding contributions to many different causes and for their long-term volunteer efforts.

The 2020 award winners are Jack Cunningham of West Essex Regional High School, and Renata Curcio, and Chloe Mathewson, both of Verona High School. These high school seniors have shown a dedication to improving the lives of others locally and globally. 

Winners of the Nancy and Robert Eskow Volunteer Award reflect the mission and values of NCJW/Essex through their commitment and dedication to community service projects and advocacy experienced during their high school careers. In recognition of their exemplary contributions, each received a $500 scholarship and an award certificate from NCJW/Essex.

Pictured from left to right: Jack Cunningham – West Essex High School; Chloe Mathewson – Verona High School; Renata Curcio Verona – High School