YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Beatitude House’s Ursuline Sisters Scholars program has awarded three $1,000 scholarships to students.
Receiving the scholarships are Tymira Stenson, studying social work at Ursuline College, Ashlee Macormac studying occupational therapy assistant technology at Kent State University Ashtabula and Nasheema Wade-Kennedy, who recently graduated as a licensed practical nurse and will pursue an associate’s in nursing at Eastern Gateway Community College next spring.
The scholarships were supported by the Beeghly Fund for Scholars, the Boardman Rotary Fund for Scholars and the Kennedy Fund for Scholars.
The Ursuline Sisters Scholars program at Beatitude House serves 39 students. It provides financial support, one-on-one mentorship and monthly life skills workshops, as well as assistance for food, clothing and transportation.
More information on the program, mentorship opportunities or donating to support it are available HERE.
Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio. Read the full article here.
Pictured: Ashlee Macormac was one of the three students in the Ursuline Sisters Scholars program to receive scholarships. Her award was supported by the Boardman Rotary, represented by Josh Aikens.