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CoServ presents scholarships to seniors from seven different school districts

By Nicholas Sakelaris | CoServ

CoServ awarded seven $5,000 scholarships to seniors who have excelled in academics while also showing a servant’s heart to give back to the community now and into the future. 

As COVID-19 restrictions were lifted, CoServ Employees surprised the scholarship recipients in person at school in April and May. It’s another way that CoServ supports the communities we serve through academic initiatives.

“These scholarship recipients are our future nurses, chemists, special education teachers and architects,” said Whitney Gohlke, CoServ’s Manager of Academic Initiatives. “CoServ is proud to give these outstanding young adults a financial boost to help them with the next step in their educational career.”

Class of 2021 CoServ $5,000 scholarship recipients

  • Plans to attend: Texas Woman’s University to
    study nursing
  • Accomplishments and activities: National Honor Society and Partner P.E. (partners with special education students)
  • Other: Plays the piano and teaches piano lessons

  • Plans to attend: University of Texas to study business
  • Accomplishments and activities: Student Council, Girl Scouts – Gold Award, co-founded the Student Achievement Society (a club that focuses on creating a work-life balance) and DECA

  • Plans to attend: Undecided, plans to study chemistry
  • Accomplishments and activities: Math National Honor Society, cross country and Prosper Ice Hockey Team
  • Other: Tutors math and works part-time at Mathnasium

  • Plans to attend: Abilene Christian University to study psychology/occupational therapy
  • Accomplishments and activities: National Honor Society, Student Council, cheer squad

  • Plans to attend: University of North Texas to study architectural engineering  
  • Accomplishments and activities: Boy Scouts and tennis

  • Plans to attend: University of North Texas to study marine biology
  • Accomplishments and activities: National Honor Society, Girl Scouts – Gold Award, swim team

  • Plans to attend: University of North Texas to study special education
  • Accomplishments and activities: Top 10 in class ranking, Theater 
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