New River CTC Foundation announces 2020-21 scholarship awards

The New River CTC Foundation is pleased to announce the 2020-21 scholarship recipients attending the college’s four campuses.

Scholarships are awarded based on a variety of factors including a student’s academic merit, area of study, service to the community and financial need. Scholarships help to cover the cost of tuition, fees, books and other college expenses.

“New River CTC Foundation scholars are exceptional students who are following their dreams to pursue a degree and advance their career,” said New River CTC Institutional Advancement and Foundation Executive Director Michael Green.

“On behalf of the Foundation’s board of directors and generous donors, it is a great privilege to assist these students on their journey by providing the financial assistance of scholarships,” Green said.

Greenbrier Valley Campus scholarship recipients include: Emily Bostic, Hollowell Dawkins Foundation, Clintonville; Jaden Clarkson, Greg Carter Hometown Hero, Peterstown; Brittany Dempsey, Veronica Blanton Nursing, White Sulphur Springs; Layton Christopher Dodd, New River CTC Invitational, Caldwell; Demetrius Cousins, Refsland Student Teaching, Lewisburg; Ethan Dunbar, Marie Leist Foundation , Union; Jack Hanna, Hollowell Dawkins Foundation, Renick; Kalyn Hogue, David and Bertha Moshy, Covington, Va.; Brandon Hoke, Babe and Sidney Louis Hyatt, Lewisburg; Sabrina Krafft, Hollowell Dawkins Foundation, Lewisburg; Paris Kuroski, David and Bertha Moshy, Peterstown; James Maddox, The Greenbrier Hospitality, Gap Mills; Nancy Miller, Hollowell Dawkins Foundation, Ronceverte; Jolene Petre, Babe and Sidney Louis Hyatt, Renick; Hunter Scott, Mary B. Nickell Foundation, Lewisburg; Andrew Seldomridge, Hollowell Dawkins Foundation, Maxwelton; Magee Wessells, Robert Patterson, Maxwelton; and Jodi Zickefoose, Edward D. Knight, Marlinton.

For more information about the New River CTC Foundation, visit, email or call 304-929-6734.