NHTI ANNOUNCES SPRING SCHOLARSHIPS
Donors Key to Student Success
CONCORD – NHTI – Concord’s Community College awarded more than $36,500 in scholarships to 42 students from 23 scholarship funds for the Spring 2021 semester. NHTI President Gretchen E. Mullin-Sawicki said, “During these uncertain times, we want to enthusiastically celebrate the success of our students. Balancing school, employment, family, and all that comes with obligations can be daunting but our students rise to the challenge. As challenges increase, the need for scholarships increases; and these funds have become even more essential in supporting students with their education goals and career pathways.”
Nathan Winslow, a Computer Engineering Technology student, told us, “As a student who took a 15-year hiatus, receiving this scholarship gave me a boost of confidence that helped propel my studies into a positive manner. This scholarship helped me procure my books for class and ensured I was ready to succeed. I appreciate the help.”
The Grace K. Orzechowski Memorial Scholarship was established in 2020 in honor of Grace Orzechowski, a 24-year-old student enrolled in the NHTI’s Radiation Therapy program. Grace’s two-year battle with brain cancer never stopped her from continuing to pursue her goal of providing care for other cancer patients. The Orzechowski family knows, “Grace’s courageous determination to fight on will inspire future students enrolled in the Radiation Therapy program to pursue their dreams of a meaningful career in healthcare.”
Students in a wide array of disciplines such as Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Criminal Justice, General Studies, Liberal Arts, Accounting, Business, Robotics and Automation Engineering, Civil Engineering, Radiologic Technology, Paramedic Emergency Medicine, and Education all benefitted from these 23 scholarship funds and expressed their gratitude in writing to the donors or administrators of each fund.
For a complete listing of Spring 2021 scholarships, see the scholarship presentation here:
NHTI relies strong partnerships and assistance from alumni, community members, and business sponsors to keep tuition costs down and enhance academic offerings and student services. If you would like to find out more about critical student needs, contact Laura Scott, director of Alumni and Development, at 603-271-6484 x4239 or firstname.lastname@example.org
NHTI – Concord’s Community College
NHTI is a dynamic public institution of higher learning that provides accessible, rigorous education for students, businesses, and the community. We create pathways for lifelong learning, career advancement, and civic engagement, offering 90+ academic programs to 4,600+ students annually. NHTI is a member of the Community College System of New Hampshire and since 1969 has been accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education, a nongovernmental, nationally recognized accrediting agency.
Comments are closed.
Merrimack Valley Voice Recommended