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Recipients Chosen for Williamsport Hospital Scholarships


Seven students at Pennsylvania College of Technology have been awarded scholarships for Spring 2005 from the Williamsport Hospital Campus of Susquehanna Health System.

Receiving one-year, full-tuition scholarships are: Kirk D. Evans, South Williamsport, a Nursing student; and Rebecca Weaver, Williamsport, who is enrolled in the Physician Assistant major.

Receiving $500 scholarships are: Alicia A. Garret, Williamsport, Nursing; Phillip L. Cline, Linden, Construction Carpentry; Shar Nell A. Chappell, Manchester, General Studies; Robert F. Gilson, South Williamsport, General Studies; and Stacy C. Danneker, Jersey Shore, Heavy Construction Equipment Technology-Operator Emphasis.

Williamsport Hospital awards two full-tuition scholarships annually − one to a female student and one to a male student −enrolled in a School of Health Sciences major at Penn College. The scholarship covers the cost of tuition for one year.

To be eligible, students must have been born at Williamsport Hospital, graduate from high school within 12 months of their application and be entering college for the first time. First preference is given to students with a high school grade-point average of 3.0 or greater and to those with a parent, guardian or other close relative employed full time by Susquehanna Health System.

Applicants for the $500 scholarships must have been born at Williamsport Hospital, be graduating (or have graduated) from high school within 12 months of their application, and be entering college for the first time. All academic majors at Penn College are eligible.

For more information, call (570) 320-8020 or visit online .

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