THE KLIEWER TEAM GIVES BACK

 

The Kliewer Team has been committed to the local community for many years.  Strong believers in the importance of education, Scott & Pam Kliewer have supported educational needs in the community since 2002.

As owners of Windermere Silicon Valley Properties, Scott & Pam Kliewer established a Silver Creek High School Scholarship program and have donated nearly $25,000 to deserving SCHS seniors.  During the 2012 awards ceremony at Silver Creek High, Head Counselor Allan Roberts recognized their contributions stating, “Students of Silver Creek High School have been very fortunate to have the continued support of The Kliewer Team scholarship. The Kliewer Team is making a real difference in the lives of Silver Creek High School students.”

Additional support of students has been made through CityTeam's Adopt-a-Student program.  Over the years Scott & Pam Kliewer have helped provide over 950 students with a new backpack filled with supplies to start the school year.  In 2002 funding was provided for new sports uniforms at a Franklin McKinley Intermediate school not too far from our community.  The athletes on the track team shared uniforms and the Kliewer’s donation allowed those students to compete with pride. 


In the last ten years, Scott & Pam Kliewer have donated over $60,000 to local charities. 

 

 
Silver Creek High School Scholarship Recipients

 
Sapna Mayyar achieved a weighted 4.1 GPA at Silver Creek High School.  She has chosen to continue her education at San Jose State University for their outstanding engineering program.  Sapna believes SJSU’s location in the heart of Silicon Valley will afford her great internship opportunities.  She plans to major in computer science and then attend Santa Clara University to obtain her Master’s Degree.  Ultimately she hopes to help the environmental problems relating to pollution.




 
Mary Nguyen plans to study at Penn State University, majoring in nuclear engineering and minoring in biomedical engineering.  Her post-graduate studies will continue her focus on nuclear engineering with the thought of going on to medical school to become a surgeon.  She has always taken her studies seriously, representing herself and her values through her work.  Mary has a real passion for excellence and is excited about all the opportunities that lie ahead for her.