Penn State Extension, Warren County 4-H announce 2018 scholarship recipients
Penn State Extension and Warren County 4-H proudly announce the 2018 scholarship recipients. Three scholarships of $1,000 each were available for 4-H members and volunteers pursuing post-secondary education through the 4-H Development Council Board.
The 2018 recipients include:
Hailie Cass of Tidioute and Rachel Enos and Lindsey McMillen each of Sugar Grove.
Hailie Cass will be attending Grove City College in the fall of 2018 as a Biology/Health major. She is a current member of the Sanford Saddles & Spurs and the Warren County Teen Council. Hailie will be a member of the Tidioute Community Charter School graduating class this spring.
Rachel Enos will earn her Associate’s Degree in Accounting this spring and is pursuing a degree in Business Administration at Jamestown Business College in the fall of 2018. She is also the recipient of a 2018 Pennsylvania Farm Show Scholarship Foundation.
Lindsey McMillen will earn an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Jamestown Community College this spring. She will continue her education at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford in the fall of 2018 as she pursues a Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice and a minor in Psychology.
In addition to the 4-H Development Council Board Scholarships, the Wright Fund Scholarship is offered to 4-H members pursuing an education, human services, family living or consumer science degree. This scholarship has been established through donations received in honor of retired Penn State Extension Agent, Phyllis Wright.
The 2018 Wright Fund Scholarship recipient is Alexis Titch of Corry. Alexis is pursuing a degree in Early Childhood Education and Special Education through Mercyhurst University. She anticipates graduating in 2020 with a bachelor’s degree.
Penn State Extension and Warren County 4-H wish continued success to the scholarship recipients.
For additional information regarding 4-H, contact the office at 814-563-9388.
The 4-H program is a youth development program of Penn State Extension. It is open to all youth between the ages of 8 and 18, without regard to ancestry, color, disability or handicap, national origin, race, religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, or place of residence.