Heartland Awards $10,000 in Education Scholarships

Heartland Awards $10,000 in Education Scholarships

Ray Dilts, Gabrielle Emmons, Aiden Kendall, and Rebecca Schlosser have each been awarded $2,500 scholarships from Heartland Credit Union to help them pursue their dream of a college education.

About the Scholarship Recipients
Ray Dilts, of Sedgwick, is homeschooled and will graduate high school in 2025. Dilts is attending the Welding program at Wichita State University.

Gabrielle Emmons, of Potwin, is a 2024 Remington High School graduate. Emmons will attend Butler County Community College to study psychology.

Aiden Kendall, of Newton, is a 2021 Newton High School graduate. He is studying emergency management at Kansas Wesleyan University.

Rebecca Schlosser, of Moundridge, is a 2022 Moundridge High School graduate. Schlosser is studying English at Sarah Lawrence College.

“At HCU, we want to help fulfill our members’ dreams of a better future. Our scholarship program is just another way we do that,” says HCU President/CEO Dan Springer. “We congratulate Ray, Gabrielle, Aiden, and Rebecca; and we wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors.”

The Heartland Credit Union Education Scholarship is in its eleventh year and has awarded $65,000 in scholarships to our members. Recipients must be full-time students and can apply for the scholarship to any accredited college, university, or technical school.

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