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Zocco has been an assistant with the religious education program at St. Paul Church for two years. He has been suspended pending the outcome of the criminal charge, said the Rev. John Golas of St. Paul and St. Augustine parishes.
It has not always been an easy road because, in the middle of his eighth semester, COVID-19 forced his education to be altered to online delivery. In a field as applied as architectural engineering, it made group projects difficult for the Jefferson County native. Regardless, it challenged him and his classmates to find alternate solutions, something the real world shows people continuously.
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The couple, who have funded college education for hundreds of students nationwide by establishing scholarships for students with financial need at multiple universities, are proud parents of four children, including one who is a 2011 USD graduate.
Kim Zocco, a business education teacher at Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy HIgh School in Southwest Ranches, Fla., has many students from families at the other end of the economic spectrum, but says that just creates another problem. \"Their parents take care of everything for them. They are oblivious because they can just have and get,\" she said.
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Jennifer Zocco first discovered her passion for Latin America, social justice, and development work through her Jesuit education at Fairfield University. Ms. Zocco was active in the Center for Faith and Public Life and International Students office. She also interned at a local organization that worked with immigrants, as well as participated in several service trips and a semester abroad in Nicaragua.
After graduating in 2010, Ms. Zocco participated in a year of service with Rostro de Cristo in Ecuador. While there, she was inspired to co-found The Starfish Foundation in Guayaquil, Ecuador as a way to continue to serve the people who had opened their hearts and homes to her during her year there. Today, Ms. Zocco continues to live in Guayaquil and serve as the Director of the program, providing scholarships and mentoring to youth living in extreme poverty. She also organizes collaborations with other community organizations, facilitates parent meetings, and coordinates international volunteers. She believes that education is the way to stop the cycle of poverty and that every individual has the power to make a difference.
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