Area 30 presents 2020 scholarship recipients
Staff and faculty recently announced the winners of 19 scholarships awarded to graduating seniors who have learned a trade at the Area 30 Career Center.
The scholarships are based on academic performance, Area 30 activities, awards, accomplishments and teachers recommendations. They can be used for post-secondary education, the workforce or military. This money may cover college tuition, equipment for employment and other expenses.
The 2020 scholarship recipients are as follows:
Ephraim Hale -- $2500, WIRED, Greencastle High School
Malerie Minor -- $2000, health careers, South Putnam High School
Michael White -- $1750, LOGIC, Greencastle High School
Emily Stierwalt -- $1200, EMT, Eminence High School
Kacey Shedron -- $1200, teacher education, Cloverdale High School
Madison Rodgers -- $1200, nursing, Greencastle High School
Henry Carter -- $1200, culinary arts, Greencastle High School
Jacob Overstreet -- $1000, auto collision, Greencastle High School
Daniel Kenworthy -- $750, WIRED, South Putnam High School
Abigail Kimes -- $750, computer systems networking, North Putnam High School
Emily Crowder -- $500, health careers, Greencastle High School
Aaron Fritz -- $500, computer systems networking, North Putnam High School
Sara Goddard -- $500, culinary arts, North Putnam High School
Alyssa Harris -- $500, teacher education, Greencastle High School
Joshua Nally -- $500, computer systems networking, Greencastle High School
Jennifer Scott -- $500, graphic design and layout, Greencastle High School
Logan York -- $500, auto collision, Greencastle High School
Thomas Brickert -- $500, ICE, South Putnam High School
Aiden OBrien -- $500, law enforcement, Greencastle High School
The scholarship account is funded by local donors, Area 30 staff, the annual golf outing and profits from the student canteen. Two culinary arts scholarships were awarded through a fund established by the family of Morgan Johnson in his honor.