Volunteers Award Eight College Scholarships

Friday, June 26, 2015

Beloit Health System’s Volunteers in Partnership (VIP) recently announced the winners of eight $1,500 scholarships awarded to high school graduates who are entering the field of medicine.

The following are the scholarship winners, their high school, intended college or university, and career goal:

• Natalie Burns, from F.J. Turner High School, is planning to attend UW Madison and major in Oncology Nursing.

• Anna Campbell, from Hononegah High School, is planning to attend Northern Illinois University and major in Nursing.

• Julia Kaster, from Clinton High School, is planning to attend Southeastern University – Lakeland, FL and major in Psychology, Pre-med.

• Gabriella LeFevre, from Hononegah High School, is planning to attend Drake University and major in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology.

• Tiffany Lenz, from Clinton High School, is planning to attend UW Rock County and major in Nursing.

• Nicholas Olszewski, from Beloit Turner High School, is planning to attend UW Madison and major in Pre-Pharmaceuticals.

• Michael Smith, from South Beloit High School, is planning to attend Northern Illinois University and major in Pre-Physical Therapy.

• Taralyn Wilmer, from F.J. Turner High School, is planning to attend UW Madison and major in Biology.


Increased gratuities in the volunteer-staffed snack shop supported the scholarship funds. This is the 18th year the scholarships have been awarded. Beloit Health System’s volunteers include over 300 volunteers, who work in 24 different areas of the hospital, clinic and its outreach centers.

 

 

 

 


 

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