May 13, 2011
Piedmont Technical College recently held its annual Scholarship luncheon. The following recipients were among those honored:
Piedmont Technical College student Asia Etheredge (center) recently received the Greenwood Vocational Rehabilitation Advisory Board Scholarship. Etheredge, a human services major from Greenwood, was congratulated by advisory board representatives Houston Matthews (left) and Carl Brock (right).
Two Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the Professional Secretaries International Loutrelle C. Self Memorial Scholarship. Pictured are, from left, Donna Brown, an administrative office technology student from Laurens; donor Nina Coursey; and Melissa Laughlin, an AOT student from Greenwood.
Three Piedmont Technical College students were awarded the Pfizer/Capsugel Scholarship at a recent scholarship luncheon. Pictured, from left, are John Beauford, an automotive technology student from Abbeville; Pfizer/Capsugel representative Debbie Walling; Heather Seawright, a practical nursing student from Donalds; and Deborah Gibson, an associate degree nursing student from Cross Hill. Awarded annually, the scholarship is based on academic achievement and financial need.
Piedmont Technical College student and Abbeville resident Lacy Martin (left) was recently awarded the John W. Drummond Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Martin, a respiratory care student, is congratulated by John Drummond (right). The scholarship is awarded annually and is based on academic achievement, financial need and leadership ability.
Piedmont Technical College student and Abbeville resident Amanda Malone (center) was recently awarded the Lucille Brooks Memorial Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Malone, a human services major, is congratulated by Dr. Ray Brooks, president of Piedmont Tech and Pattie Fisher (right), Lucille Brooks’ children. This scholarship, established to honor the memory of Lucille Brooks, is available to a single parent showing financial need and academic achievement.