Jennifer Fasking, member of the Chamber Board of Directors and State Farm Credit Union Operations Manager, stated that, "Supporting education is one of State Farm’s Foundational Values. Education is critical for healthy, vibrant communities and access to an education helps everyone reach their greatest potential. State Farm believes in building a secure and strong future for the customers and communities we serve. That is why this scholarship partnership has been a priority for us since its inception in 2017."
State Farm agents Karen Bryan and Dan Mann were also in attendance at the reception, in addition to State Representative Sam Killebrew and Chad Davis, representative from State Senator Kelli Stargel's office.
The scholarship criteria includes graduating from one of the Winter Haven area public high schools with the intention of attending college or seeking a vocational degree or certification. The applicant must express a financial need and achieved a minimum of a 3.0 GPA.
1/6/2022 01:38:28 pm
Hello! I am a winner of the scholarship and I have a question and a comment. Firstly, my first name is spelled wrong, it is "Ambar", not "Amber". Just wanted to clarify that. Also, will this scholarship be offered this year?
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