The New River Community and Technical College Foundation has announced scholarship award winners who will receive more than $85,000 for the 2017–2018 academic year.
“The Foundation is pleased to recognize this year’s scholarship recipients who are seeking their degree or certificate in order to find jobs and pursue a meaningful career. Financial assistance is a major factor leading to the success of students at New River Community and Technical College,” said Interim Executive Director of New River CTC Foundation Michael Green.
Scholarship recipients from New River CTC’s Greenbrier Valley Campus in Lewisburg include: Traci Alderman of Marlinton, Old Stone Presbyterian Women’s Scholarship; Karleen Anglas of Sandstone, Madlyn E. Fort Health Science, Joan C. Browning, George and Helen Aide, and Elizabeth Runyon Scholarships; Kaeley Asbury of Lewisburg, Marie Leist Scholarship; Tiler Bland of Smoot, Mary B. Nickell Scholarship; Shayla Boggess of Rupert, Shentel Scholarship; Demetrius Cousins of Lewisburg, John L. Stewart Scholarship; Shannon Dolbow of Ballard, David B. McClung Scholarship; Ruth Forbes of Charmco, Mary B. Nickell and Marie Leist Scholarships; Anita Grimes-Workman of Hillsboro, Hollowell Foundation Scholarship; Jessalyn Gum of Marlinton, D. Reginald and Nelle C. Dixon, Donald Runyon, and Jeanne and Lawson Hamilton Scholarships; Alexander Hanna of Renick, Hollowell Foundation Scholarship; Joseph Hanna of Lewisburg, Education/Student Teaching, Benjamin Fort Teacher, Herkness Mathematics, and Edward Knight Scholarships; Veronica Hoke of Ronceverte, Mary B. Nickell and Marie Leist Scholarships; Bethany Lephew of Ballard, Hollowell Foundation Scholarship; Stefanie Matthews of Rupert, Helen Virginia Chadwick Irons, Edward Knight, Horace McGraw, and Bejamin Fort Teacher Scholarships; Jade Napier of Ronceverte, Hollowell Foundation Scholarship; Cheyenne Patton of Sinks Grove, Madlyn E. Fort Health Science, Mary Louise and Jim Kilcollin, and Judy D. Campbell Scholarships; and Kelsey Ward of Rainelle, Greenbrier Hospitality Scholarship.
The mission of New River CTC Foundation is to secure financial resources to complement New River CTC’s efforts in providing higher education and enhanced workplace skills, to optimize student access to educational programs and services, and to provide a margin of excellence unavailable with state and federal funds.
For more information on the New River CTC Foundation, contact Green 304-929-1042 or email@example.com. For information on admissions and the programs offered at New River CTC, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866-349-3739.
New River Community and Technical College serves nine counties in southeastern West Virginia from the Greenbrier Valley Campus (Lewisburg), Mercer County Campus (Princeton), Nicholas County Campus (Summersville) and Raleigh County Campus (Beaver/Beckley).