GMC Foundation Announces Scholarship Winners
The Glendive Medical Center (GMC) Foundation is pleased to announce the students receiving scholarships for the 2018-2019 school year:
Alex Kurtz of Glendive was selected for the $5,000 Sobotka Endowed Scholarship. Alex graduated Summa Cum Laude with Distinction from Carroll College in Helena, Montana. This fall he will be a second year med student in the WWAMI program at the University of Washington, Seattle.
Ashlee Burman of Glendive was selected for the $1,000 MJB Nursing Scholarship. Ashlee graduated from Dawson County High School, and is in her fourth year at Roseman University of Health Sciences in South Jordan, Utah. She is pursuing a bachelor's degree in nursing.
Sydney Schieffer of Wibaux was selected for the $500 Markham Endowed Scholarship for Accounting. Sydney graduated from Wibaux High School, and is in her fourth at Dickinson State University, pursuing a bachelor's degree in accounting and business administration.
Commenting on the winners this year, Carol Condon, Foundation Director, shared that the donors of these scholarships are making a tremendous difference for students in this area. "We have such talented young people vying for these scholarships, and our local schools are to be commended for producing such talented students. It is a great feeling to be able to send this money forward to help with their tuition costs.
"It was such a pleasure to conduct personal interviews with each of these applicants. There were seven students granted interviews this year, and the scholarship committee agreed that this year's applicants were all extremely deserving."
If you would like more information about creating a pass-through scholarship, or establishing an endowment for a scholarship at GMC, please contact Carol Condon in the Foundation office at 345-8996. Certain gifts may allow donors to realize great tax savings by taking advantage of the Montana Endowment Tax Credit for their scholarship donation.