2016 Scholarship Winners
Congratulations to Junior Achievement's 2016 Scholarship Recipients
Clohe Roller, Alliance High School
Awarded $1,500 in scholarship and participated in the JA Company Program and JA Titan. After her JA experience Roller said, "Junior Achievement set up the first steps for me and now I feel ready to take my knowledge and experience to college and become something great." Roller plans on majoing in Accounting at Kent State University.
Gwendalyn Burns, Marlington High School
Awarded $1,000 in scholarship. "Junior Achievement has given me a hands-on opportunity to challenge myself, and to dream big with my entrepreneurship career goals." Her participation in Junior Achievement JA Company Program and JA Titan has prompted her to major in Interior Design and double minor in Entrepreneurship and Architecture at Texas Tech University.
Regan Worstell, North Canton Hoover High School
Awarded $1,000 in scholarship. Worstell participated in the JA Company Program and plans to Major in Accounting and minor in Entrepreneurship at The University of Alabama. "As a teenager, it's easy to have a dream. The difficult part comes when we are told to turn those dreams and ambitions into reality. Junior Achievement has helped me discover what it is that I love."
Lindsey Clawson, North Canton Hoover High School
Awarded $1,000 in scholarship. Clawson said, "Junior Achievement has provided me with knowledge, valuable lesssons, leadership skills, and above all, a real world experience." She participated in JA Company Program and will continue her education at The University of Akron.
If you have any questions about qualifiying or or submitting for next year's Junior Achievement Scholarship please email Alyssa West or call (330) 433-0063.
"Junior Achievement has given me a sense of what adults go through with budget issues."
"Junior Achievement reinforced concepts for me to remember later in life."
"I thought the experience was amazing. The presentation was unlike anything I've seen."
"I liked how the Junior Achievement volunteer explained his job to us."