In June, nine graduating seniors at Wiscasset Middle High School received Worthington Scholarships.
The recipients were D'Nisha Dawkins, Latisha Wright, Hailey Talbert, Dillon Leeman, Mason Davenport, Ruby Cossaboon, Maxx Syrjala, Reese Hesseltine and Evan Strong.
The Worthington Scholarship Foundation offered $7 million in scholarships to eligible Class of 2022 graduates from 59 high schools in Franklin, Hancock, Knox, Lincoln, Oxford, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Sagadahoc, Somerset, Waldo and Washington counties who plan to attend Worthington eligible colleges or community colleges in Maine, with each award being up to $16,500.
The Worthington Scholarship Foundation also provides mentoring and student support services to Worthington Scholars throughout their college attendance and works with each partner college to help students attain their education goals.
The Foundation has a unique partnership with First National Bank, Machias Savings Bank, and Bangor Savings Bank who provide additional student supports, and represent the Foundation at our partner high schools, colleges and the community.
For more information and online application contact www.worthingtonscholars.org.
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