Scholarships Presented at Luncheon

July 27, 2016

Scholarships were awarded recently at a luncheon honoring donors and recipients.

 

honeycutt scholarshipPiedmont Technical College student and Edgefield resident Scotty Burton, left, was recently awarded the Honeycutt Scholarship. Burton, a computer technology student, is congratulated by Brenda Brooks, scholarship committee member. The scholarship is awarded annually to Edgefield County students and is based on academic achievement and financial need.

 

 

foundation board scholarshipFive Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the PTC Foundation Board Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Pictured are, from left, Kelley Durham, a radiologic technology student from Abbeville; and Fran Wiley, assistant vice president for development with the Piedmont Technical College Foundation. Not pictured are Madison Ball, a radiologic technology student from Greenwood; Cesar Carrillo, an accounting student from Saluda; John McCormick, an associate in science student from Clinton; and Taylor Smith, an associate in arts student from Prosperity. The scholarships are awarded to an outstanding high school graduate from each of the college's supporting counties based on academic achievement while in high school.

 

 

medford family scholarshipPiedmont Technical College student and Abbeville resident Marva Burnside, left, was recently awarded the Medford Family Foundation Scholarship. Burnside, an associate degree nursing student, is congratulated by Fran Wiley, assistant vice president for development with the Piedmont Technical College Foundation. This scholarship is available to a student majoring in Nursing, Industrial Technology, Graphic Arts, Business, Massage Therapy or Automotive Technology who exhibits leadership abilities, academic achievement and financial need.

 

 

lucille brooks scholarshipPiedmont Technical College student and Lexington resident Angelica Edmonds, right, was recently awarded the Lucille Brooks Memorial Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Edmonds, an associate degree nursing student, is congratulated by Dr. Ray Brooks, president of Piedmont Tech. This scholarship, established to honor the memory of Lucille Brooks, is available to a single parent showing financial need and academic achievement.

 

 

rad tech scholarshipPiedmont Technical College student and Abbeville resident Carmen Burnett, right, recently received the Rad Tech Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Burnett, a radiologic technology student, is congratulated by Bil Heath, radiologic technology instructor and scholarship donor. This scholarship is restricted to a student in their senior year of the Rad Tech program (4th or 5th semester) with a Rad Tech specific GPA of 3.0 or higher. Preference is given to a single custodial parent first. Second preference is an adult student returning due to career change.

 

 

loutrelle self scholarshipPiedmont Technical College student and Laurens resident Heather Sanders, left, was recently awarded the Loutrelle C. Self Memorial Scholarship. Sanders, an administrative office technology student, is congratulated by Lynn Slater, scholarship committee member. The award is presented to an AOT major who displays academic achievement, financial need and leadership ability.

 

 

laurens chamber scholarshipFour Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the Laurens County Chamber Cecil Davenport Memorial Scholarship. Pictured are, from left, Greg Alexander from the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce and Timothy Wesson, an associate in science student from Clinton. Not pictured are Logan Hill, an accounting student from Laurens; Jonathan Pratt, a heating, air conditioning and ventilation student from Laurens; and Angel Stone, an associate in arts student from Clinton. The scholarship is available to Laurens County residents based on academic achievement. 

 

 

nancy hall scholarshipPiedmont Technical College student and Ninety Six resident Dylan Morrison, right, received the Nancy Taylor Hall Scholarship at a recent scholarship luncheon. Morrison, a respiratory care student, is congratulated by Courtenay Ramey, donor and presenter. The scholarship is awarded annually to a health science program student and is based on financial need and academic achievement.

 

 

countybank scholarshipTwo Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the Countybank Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon. Pictured are, from left, Lynn Turner from Countybank; John Barton, a computer technology student from Ninety Six; and Cheryl Mackey, a computer technology student from Greenwood. The scholarship is awarded annually to Greenwood County residents enrolled in the Business curriculum. Selection is based on scholastic record, financial need and faculty recommendations. 

 

Two Piedmont Technical College students recently received the Charles Baumeister Memorial Scholarship. Recipients were Bernard Brooks, a human services student from Greenwood; and Debbie Smith, a cardiovascular technology student from Ware Shoals. Not pictured is DeAnna Parker, an associate in arts student from Hodges. The scholarship, which is awarded to a student with a 3.0 grade point average, was established in memory of Charles Baumeister, a long-time faculty member of the college who served as dean of the Business and Industrial Divisions and vice president for Educational Affairs.

 

Three Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the Allred Leadership Scholarship. Recipients were Ronald Berry, a diversified agriculture student from Pelion; Jose Luis Santiago-Martinez, a criminal justice student from Cross Hill; and Tucker Smith, a business student from Abbeville. The scholarship is awarded annually to high school seniors, based on academic achievement, financial need and leadership.