Robins Financial Credit Union Announces 2024 Scholarship Recipients

May 21, 2024
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Robins Financial Credit Union awards $46,000 to 23 high school seniors through their annual scholarship program.

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Each year as part of their commitment to supporting students within their communities, Robins Financial provides financial assistance to high school seniors looking to pursue a higher education after graduation through their scholarship program. When the program was originally created, scholarships were awarded to individuals seeking to attend a college or university in the State of Georgia. This year, Robins Financial expanded its program to encompass students interested in pursuing education at a technical or trade school in the State of Georgia.
Robins Financial Credit Union is pleased to announce the following recipients of their 2024 Scholarship Program:
·         Alanna Bennett, Warner Robins High School
·         Ava Garrett, Perry High School
·         Brooke Harris, West Laurens High School
·         Cathryn Wagner, North Oconee High School
·         Chloe Clark, Jones County High School
·         Christa Howard, Peach County High School
·         Ethan Bertram, Mary Persons High School
·         Gracie Bird, Putnam County High School
·         Jared Callis, Northside High School
·         Jayme Heath, Northeast High School
·         Jenny Gibbs, Veterans High School
·         Josie Black, David Emanuel Academy
·         Juliana Bluhm, Oconee County High School
·         Kimara Hamilton, Peach County High School
·         Mary Swick, Bleckley County High School
·         Patrick Partolan, Howard High School
·         Salome Rodriguez, Houston County High School
·         Savannah Osborne, Rutland High School
·         Silas Risper, Westside High School
·         Tisey Powell, Swainsboro High School
·         Trevor Gottschalk, Academy for Classical Education
·         Tyrianna Anderson, Central High School
·         Xavias Rolison, Dublin High School
Quantifying the Good
$46K+ Money Donated
23+ Number of Scholarships Awarded