PVA’s Educational Scholarship Program awards 25 students
Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) is proud to announce that twenty-five college students will each receive a $1,000 scholarship through Paralyzed Veterans’ Educational Scholarship Program.
The 2014-2015 school year scholarship awardees are: Noah Agne, Weldon Spring, MO; Justin Betts, Augusta, GA; Kelsea Bixler, Stillwater, OK; Jennifer Bond, Wiggins, MS; Maya Chatman, Statesboro, GA; Johannes-Jacobus Crawford, Greenwood Village, CO; Stephanie Dolezal, Fairfax, VA; David Ethridge, Marietta, GA; Taleah Foster, Fayetteville, NC; Terquan Foster, Fayetteville, NC; Ryan Hadley, Cincinnati, OH; Megan Houlton, Muskogee, OK; John Kazanjian, Glendale, CA; Keiyana Lee, Albuquerque, NM; Samuel McCauley, Greenville, SC; Katherine Ness, Elm Grove, WI; Alexcee Nienow, Woodbury, MN; Barbara Prescott, Niskayuna, NY; Amber Rice, Ardmore, AL; Marissa Spencer, Yorktown, VA; Brittney Stever, Clearwater, KS; Christian Trinidad, Orlando, FL; Jeremiah Wickersheim, Hilbert, WI; Robert Taylor, Little Rock, AR; and Blake Wood, Hastings, OK.
The Paralyzed Veterans of America Educational Scholarship Program was established in 1986 to help members and their immediate families gain postsecondary education from accredited colleges and universities across America.
“We’re very proud to be able to assist members and their families continue their education through our scholarship program,” said Al Kovach Jr., national president of Paralyzed Veterans of America. “I congratulate all of this year’s awardees and wish them the best.”
Scholarship applications for the 2015-2016 academic school year will be available in April 2015. Interested parties may check back on www.pva.org for more information.