MCTC announces awarding of 18 scholarships for spring
HUNTINGTON -- Approximately 18 Mountwest Community & Technical College students were awarded with private scholarships for the spring semester.
The scholarship awards were announced through the Mountwest Foundation earlier this week.
The following Mountwest students received scholarships:
Amy Bidinger - Allied Health Scholarship & Lisa Smith-Kroening Scholarship
James Kaul - Mountwest Leadership Scholarship, Tech Scholars Scholarship, & Lisa Smith-Kroening Scholarship
Lorraine Klover - Presidential Honors, Mountwest Leadership Scholarship
Nicholas Lamb - Mountwest Leadership Scholarship, Tech Scholars Scholarship, Advanced Technical Solutions Excellence in IT Scholarship
Mary Legg - Allied Health Scholarship
Terry Marchetti - Advanced Technical Solutions Excellence in IT Scholarship, Tech Scholars Scholarship, & Lisa Smith-Kroening Scholarship
Maleea Martin - Presidential Honors Scholarship
Michelle Oney - Karen Johnson Memorial Scholarship
Janna Salyers - Allied Health Scholarship
John Strehle - Culinary Arts Scholarship, Tech Scholars Scholarship
Gary Swann - Advanced Technical Solutions Excellence in IT Scholarship, Tech Scholars Scholarship
Melissa Taylor - Culinary Arts Scholarship
Zachary Wallace - Desiree L. Franklin Scholarship
Andrew Wise - Desiree L. Franklin Scholarship
Timothy Persaud - Desiree L. Franklin Scholarship
DeMonesia Ware - William L. & Marie E. Redd Scholarship
Keri Mathis - Nell Elizabeth Cook-Rutherford Scholarship
Susan Levering - Nell Elizabeth Cook-Rutherford Scholarship
Fall 2014 scholarships will be available in March. For more information, contact the Office of Financial Aid by calling 304-710-3370 or visit www.mctc.edu/scholarships.
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