Nancy Jaynes Memorial Scholarship Award Winners
Kaleigh deWolfe, Castle High School, Newburgh, Indiana
Kaleigh will receive a $1,500.00 scholarship and plans to major in history. Her career goal is to be an educator.
Hannah Franklin, Randolph South High School, Lynn, Indiana
Hannah plans to major in Biology with a career goal of being a physical therapist. She is awarded a $1,500.00 scholarship.
Lucas Goedde, Mater Dei High School, Evansville, Indiana
Lucas will receive a $1,500.00 award and plans to pursue a career in engineering by furthering his education at Purdue University.
Christina Johnson, North Harrison High School, Ramsey, Indiana
Christina will study pre-medicine at the University of Southern Indiana. She was awarded a $1,000.00 scholarship.
Diane Choi, Lawrence North High School, Indianapolis, Indiana
Diane plans to attend the University of Notre Dame. Her career goal is to become a physician. Diane received a $500.00 award.
Chelsea Mattingly, Ben Davis High School, Indianapolis, Indiana
Chelsea will receive a $1,000 award and plans to pursue a career in nursing by furthering her education at Purdue University.
Emily Martin, Boonville High School, Boonville, Indiana
With plans to become an oncologist, Emily will study pre-medicine at the University of Southern Indiana. She was awarded a $500.00 scholarship.
Hannah Rodimel, Washington High School, Washington, Indiana
Hannah also plans to attend the University of Southern Indiana. Her career goal is to teach Social Studies and English. Hannah received a $500.00 award.
Matthew J. Brozovic – Munster High School, Munster, Indiana
Matt’s plans to attend Indiana University – Bloomington Campus in the Fall of 2010 majoring in Finance and pursue a career in Investment Banking.
Rachel M. Geiger – North Central High School, Indianapolis, Indiana
Rachel plans to attend Indiana University with a major in Philosophy. Rachel is undecided on her career.
Mackenzie Klaes – Seymour High School, Seymour, Indiana
Mackenzie’s plans to attend the University of Indianapolis with a major in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science. At the time of the award, Mackenzie’s career goal is to become a national news correspondent specializing in politics.
Tisha Kyler – Whitko High School, South Whitley, Indiana
Tisha’s plans to attend Indiana State University in Terre Haute with a major in Business Administration. She hopes to use her musical talents in the field of business.