2017 Holowach Scholarship Award Winners

  • Emma Swyers with Matt Flowers, Executive Principal of the May Center.
    Emma Swyers with Matt Flowers, Executive Principal of the May Center.

    Shannon Mest with Julie Donlon, GVEP Assistant Superintendent.
    Shannon Mest with Julie Donlon, GVEP Assistant Superintendent.

    Elizabeth Corbin with Executive Principal Matt Flowers.
    Elizabeth Corbin with Executive Principal Matt Flowers.

    Natalie Bigelow with Julie Donlon, GVEP Asst. Supt.
    Natalie Bigelow with Julie Donlon, GVEP Asst. Supt.

    Celine Roberts with Matt Flowers, Exec. Principal.
    Celine Roberts with Matt Flowers, Exec. Principal.

    Lindsie Cook with Julie Donlon, GVEP Asst. Supt.
    Lindsie Cook with Julie Donlon, GVEP Asst. Supt.

Mount Morris CTE Holowach winners

  • $2,000 Winner

Emma Swyers, Cosmetology, Dansville CS

  • Emma Swyers is a student in the Cosmetology program. Emma plans to attend Morrisville State College and major in Agricultural Business.

    $1,500 Winner

Elizabeth Corbin, Health Dimensions, Dansville CS

  • Elizabeth Corbin is a student in the Health Dimensions program and will attend Monroe Community College and plans to pursue a degree in Nursing. 

    $1,000 Winner

Celine Roberts, Metal Trades, Letchworth CS

  • Celine Roberts is a student in the Metal Trades program.  In September, Celine will study Welding at the Rochester Arc and Flame Center.

Batavia CTE Holowach winners

  • $2,000 Winner

Shannon Mest, Health Careers Academy, Attica CS

  • Shannon Mest is a student in the Health Careers Academy and has been accepted into D’Youville College’s dual-degree Chiropractic program. In this seven-year program, she will receive a dual Bachelor of Science in Biology and Doctor of Chiropractic degree.

    $1,500 Winner

Natalie Bigelow, Health Careers Academy, Batavia CS

  • Natalie Bigelow is a student in Health Careers Academy.  She is set to attend Daemen College majoring in Physical Therapy.

    $1,000 Winner

Lindsie Cook, Building Trades, Batavia CS

  • Lindsie Cook is a Building Trades student. In the fall, she intends to major in Construction Management.