Natalie Shand and Gina Nored from Freedom High School in Loudoun County, received scholarships from NOVEC. Photo taken by Ashley Arnold.
High school students have received scholarships from electric cooperatives.
Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC) awarded $1,500 scholarships to 10 applicants.
Applicants were based off academic records, essays, leadership, community service and recommendations, according to a release from NOVEC.
Out of those selected, one received an additional $1,500. Lydia Kang was announced as the Manley Garber Scholar, and won $3,000 from NOVEC in Manassas.
NOVEC Public Relations Vice President Lisa Hooker commented, “We congratulate all scholarship winners and wish them the best as they prepare for higher education.”
The NOVEC Scholarship recipients are:
Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives (VMDAEC) Educational Scholarship Foundation awarded $1,000 scholarships to 58 students. Recipients were based on financial need, academic achievement, and personal statement. Out of the 58, three were from the Northern Virginia area.
The VMDAEC scholarship recipients from Northern Virginia are:
This article was written by Staff Writer Amber Dunn.
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