Strom Thurmond Scholarships awarded at Piedmont Tech


Eight Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the Strom Thurmond Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Front row from left are Larissa Overholt, an associate degree nursing student from Abbeville; Jessica Strutko, an associate in science student from Greenwood; and Elora Turner, an associate in science student from Hodges. Back row are Peter Rambo Jr., an associate degree nursing student from Silverstreet; Matthew Brewer, an associate in science student from Greenwood; Tiffany Anderson, a human services student from Clinton; and Stacy Holloway, Capsugel representative. Not pictured are Zackery McGee, a machine tool technology student from Ware Shoals; and Sydney Roberts, an associate in arts student from Greenwood. The scholarship, which is named for Sen. Strom Thurmond, is awarded annually to students who display leadership abilities and maintain a minimum 3.5 grade point average. The scholarship is also based on academic achievement and financial need.


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Eight Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the Strom Thurmond Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Front row from left are Larissa Overholt, an associate degree nursing student from Abbeville; Jessica Strutko, an associate in science student from Greenwood; and Elora Turner, an associate in science student from Hodges. Back row are Peter Rambo Jr., an associate degree nursing student from Silverstreet; Matthew Brewer, an associate in science student from Greenwood; Tiffany Anderson, a human services student from Clinton; and Stacy Holloway, Capsugel representative. Not pictured are Zackery McGee, a machine tool technology student from Ware Shoals; and Sydney Roberts, an associate in arts student from Greenwood. The scholarship, which is named for Sen. Strom Thurmond, is awarded annually to students who display leadership abilities and maintain a minimum 3.5 grade point average. The scholarship is also based on academic achievement and financial need.
http://newberryobserver.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_StromThurmondScholarship-4-16.jpgEight Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the Strom Thurmond Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Front row from left are Larissa Overholt, an associate degree nursing student from Abbeville; Jessica Strutko, an associate in science student from Greenwood; and Elora Turner, an associate in science student from Hodges. Back row are Peter Rambo Jr., an associate degree nursing student from Silverstreet; Matthew Brewer, an associate in science student from Greenwood; Tiffany Anderson, a human services student from Clinton; and Stacy Holloway, Capsugel representative. Not pictured are Zackery McGee, a machine tool technology student from Ware Shoals; and Sydney Roberts, an associate in arts student from Greenwood. The scholarship, which is named for Sen. Strom Thurmond, is awarded annually to students who display leadership abilities and maintain a minimum 3.5 grade point average. The scholarship is also based on academic achievement and financial need. Courtesy photo

Eight Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the Strom Thurmond Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Front row from left are Larissa Overholt, an associate degree nursing student from Abbeville; Jessica Strutko, an associate in science student from Greenwood; and Elora Turner, an associate in science student from Hodges. Back row are Peter Rambo Jr., an associate degree nursing student from Silverstreet; Matthew Brewer, an associate in science student from Greenwood; Tiffany Anderson, a human services student from Clinton; and Stacy Holloway, Capsugel representative. Not pictured are Zackery McGee, a machine tool technology student from Ware Shoals; and Sydney Roberts, an associate in arts student from Greenwood. The scholarship, which is named for Sen. Strom Thurmond, is awarded annually to students who display leadership abilities and maintain a minimum 3.5 grade point average. The scholarship is also based on academic achievement and financial need.

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