Piedmont Tech awards scholarships to Laurens County students

Jul 17 Written by  STAFF REPORTS

Four Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the Sterilite Corporation Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon.

Pictured are, from left, Daniel DeLong, a welding student from Clinton; and David Kibler, HVAC instructor. Not pictured are Megan Bass, an associate in arts student from Clinton; Melissa Homovich, an administrative office technology student from Greenwood; and Lindsay Miller, an administrative office technology student from Joanna.

This scholarship is available to Sterilite employees and members of their immediate family from Laurens and Greenwood who show academic achievement and financial need.

Four Piedmont Technical College occupational therapy students were recently awarded the Agape Senior Occupational Therapy Assistant Scholarship.

Pictured are, from left, Cindy James from Agape Senior; and Lauren Suggs, an occupational therapy student from Donalds. Not pictured are Yashara Avery from Greenwood; Kathy Lang from Gray Court; and Whitney Pough from Batesburg.

Agape Senior has established a scholarship to assist a student majoring in the Occupational Therapy Assistant program. Criteria includes academic achievement and financial need. Preference is given to Agape Senior employees.

Ten Piedmont Technical College students were recently awarded the PTC Golf Classic Scholarship at the college’s annual scholarship luncheon.

Pictured are, front from left, Christopher Greenway, an associate in arts student from Greenwood; and O’Shaunaessy Spann, a cardiovascular technology student from Aiken. Back, Helen Williams, a business student from Greenwood; Fran Wiley, assistant vice president for development; and Luke Seigler, a mechanical engineering technology student from Plum Branch.

Not pictured are Destiny Cockrell, an early care and education student from Greenwood; Erica Ford, a medical assisting student from Ninety Six; Bridgette Morris, an associate in science student from Whitmire; Michael Richey, a mechatronics student from Clinton; Jesse Smith, a diversified agriculture student from Belton; and Tianna Wooten, a respiratory care student from Honea Path.

The scholarship is awarded annually and is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Last modified on Monday, 17 July 2017 00:20