The Virginia Printing Foundation is pleased to announce the following scholarship awards for 2011:
Student Scholarship Winners: Three students have been awarded scholarships. Jeremy Hall has been awarded $1000 toward his college education. A student at CS Monroe Technology Center and Loudoun Valley High School, Jeremy plans to study Communication Design at NVCC in the fall. Eugene Overton has also been awarded $1000. Eugene is a student at CS Monroe Technology Center and Heritage High School. Eugene will attend NVCC in the fall and plans to pursue a degree in Communication Design. Both Jeremy and Eugene are students of Pam Smith. The third scholarship winner is Meghan Kube. Meghan is a student at North Stafford High School, where she studies with Susan Caldwell. Meghan will use her scholarship, also $1000, to attend NVCC this fall. Meghan will also be representing Virginia at the SkillsUSA National Graphic Communications competition in Kansas City later this month.
The student scholarships are funded by the Virginia Printing Foundation.
Educator Scholarship Winner: These scholarships are funded by Progress Printing, Lynchburg, Virginia, and Worth Higgins Associates, Richmond, Virginia. For 2011, the Virginia Printing Foundation has awarded both of these scholarships to one recipient, Pam Smith, in the total amount of $1500:
The Progress Printing Education Scholarship
The E. Worth Higgins, Jr., Print Educators’ Scholarship
Pam Smith, Graphics Communications Instructor, Monroe Technology Center, will use her scholarship for further education classes toward her Associate in Printing Management, and to buy software and computer equipment for her classroom.