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Bozeman Health Recently Announced The 2016 Recipients In Its Two Scholarship Programs


Bozeman Health recently announced the 2016 recipients in its two scholarship programs. Bozeman Health Scholarships were awarded to Bozeman High School graduates Bridger Arthun, Thuy Nguyen and Jenna McMullen, and Belgrade High School graduate Kayden Schaff. McMullen and Nguyen also were recipients of Junior Volunteer Scholarships. They were joined by fellow Bozeman High School graduates Emma Hale, Aspen Pitcher and Isabella Seppi as Junior Volunteer Scholarship winners.

In the Bozeman Health Scholarship program, up to four scholarships are awarded to students who are pursuing degrees in a health science. The scholarship is limited to four years of undergraduate or graduate school, for a maximum award of $4,000. For the Junior Volunteer Scholarship, students must complete at least 100 hours of volunteering during their high school years. Winners receive a one-time $1,000 scholarship.


From left: Emma Hale, Bozeman Health Volunteer Services manager Vickie Welton-Bailey, Isabella Seppi, Thuy Nguyen, Bridger Arthun, Bozeman Health Interim Dyad President & CEO and Chief Financial Officer Gordon Davidson, Kayden Schaff , Aspen Pitcher, Jenna McMullen, and Bozeman Health Junior Volunteer coordinator Reene Milam.