2022 scholarship recipients!
The Centra Foundation and Centra Credit Union invest in our Members’ future through the Loretta M. Burd Scholarship Program. Each year, the Centra Foundation awards one scholarship per Centra location to graduating high school seniors and a number of adult scholarships. The adult scholarship is awarded to adults over the age of 22 who’ve made the decision to further their education.
This year, we awarded 34 scholarships to local students! As a surprise, an additional six scholarships were awarded to celebrate Burd’s career and service to the Credit Union. We received more than 225 applications for the scholarship program! We’re so impressed by the talent in our Communities.
We’re excited to announce this year’s scholarship recipients and hope you’ll join us in congratulating them!
High school scholarships
Annabel Freeman — Columbus North High School
Alyssa Murray — Columbus East High School
Morgan Allen — Columbus North High School
Claire Gatewood — Pine Lake Academy
Michelle Moore — Homeschooled
Annika Evenson — Brown County High School
Katelyn Case — Jeffersonville High School
Cadence Wehneman — Floyd Central High School
Molly Coomer — North Harrison High School
Cara Akin — Floyd Central High School
Kane Maharaj — Jeffersonville High School
Grazia Ferraro — Christian Educational Consortium
Johnathon Perkinson — Scottsburg High School
Kendra Allen — Austin High School
Brooklyn Cornelius — Madison Consolidated High School
Kagan Jenkins — Salem High School
Mattelyn Nicholson — Seymour Senior High School
Emma Jones — Jennings County High School
Alexis Rader — Waldron Junior Senior High School
Paige Wesseler — North Decatur Jr. Sr. High School
Gillian Thompson — Carmel High School
Lacy Smith — Avon High School
Alexandre Turbide — Pennsylvania Homeschoolers Accreditation Agency (PHAA)
Mallory Rupp — Columbus East High School
Alyssa Green — Columbus North High School
Josiah Linnemann — Homeschool
Olivia Shoaf — Columbus East High School
Team Member and family scholarships
The Centra Foundation would also like to recognize Shirley Shea for her support of the Loretta M. Burd Adult Scholarship Program. We’re very grateful for her continued support and are excited to have such a great community partner!