Maine Savings Announces 2016 Scholarship Awards
Continuing its tradition of support for local students, Maine Savings proudly awarded $4,500 in scholarships to nine college-bound Maine seniors.
Maine credit unions are committed to helping Maine students achieve their higher education goals. Last year, Maine credit unions collectively awarded more than $300,000 in scholarships to traditional and non-traditional students statewide. As a member of the Maine Credit Union League, Maine Savings proudly carries on this tradition each year.
For 2016, the following students received a $500 scholarship from Maine Savings:
- Chelsey Aptt, of John Bapst Memorial High School, will be attending Eastern Maine Community College to study Medical Office Technology.
- Lydia Balestra, of Penquis Valley High School, will be attending the University of Maine to study Education-English.
- Katrina Bradford, of Central High School in Corinth, will be attending the University of Maine to study Nursing.
- Aimee Georgia, of Old Town High School, will be attending Husson University.
- Spencer Hill, of Ellsworth High School, will be attending the Rochester Institute of Technology to study Computing & Information Sciences.
- Abigail Ray, of Bangor High School, will be attending Husson University to study Physical Therapy.
- Carly Wade, of Hampden Academy, will be attending the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture to study Horse Management and become a certified Veterinary Technician.
- David Selwood, of Winslow High School, will be attending Princeton University to study Engineering.
- Emily Lobley, of Washington Academy, will be attending Husson University’s Doctorate in Physical Therapy Program.