April 24, 2012
Scholarships were awarded recently at a luncheon honoring donors and recipients.
Piedmont Technical College student and Greenwood resident Todd Raugh (right) recently received the Butler Derrick Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Raugh, an associate in arts student, is congratulated by Phil Vickery, director of operations at Capsugel. The scholarship, named for Congressman Butler Derrick, is awarded annually to associate degree students in high academic standing.
Piedmont Technical College student and Wellford resident Raymond Ridgeway, right, recently received the L. Ruple Harley, Sr. Endowed Scholarship. Ridgeway, a funeral service major, is congratulated by David Martin, funeral service program coordinator. The scholarship is presented annually to a funeral service major with academic achievement, leadership abilities and financial need.
Piedmont Technical College student and Ware Shoals resident Anthony Pearson (left) recently received the J.E.S. Services HVAC Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Pearson, a heating, ventilation and air conditioning technology student, is congratulated by Keenan Tallent, HVAC instructor. The scholarship is awarded annually to a student majoring in HVAC Technology who has completed 12 hours in the HVAC curriculum and maintained a minimum grade point average of 3.0.
Two Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the Laurens Rotary Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Pictured are, from left, Jamee Robinson, an associate degree nursing student from Laurens; Jonathan Irick from the Laurens Rotary Club; and Cheryl Bishop, a practical nursing major from Cross Hill. This scholarship is available to Laurens County students showing academic achievement and financial need.
Piedmont Technical College student and Abbeville resident Tabitha Rice of Abbeville, left, received the Jane Burgdorf Realtor Cardiovascular Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Rice, a cardiovascular technology student, is congratulated by Gus Burgdorf, PTC Foundation development associate. The scholarship is awarded annually to a Greenwood County resident enrolled in the cardiovascular technology program and is based on academic achievement.