2016 Holowach Scholarship Winners

Mount Morris CTE Holowach winners

  • $2,000 Winner

Matthew Brundage, Computer Information Systems, Wayland-Cohocton CS

  • Matthew has maintained a 97 average in CIS and is a member of the National Technical Honor Society and Future Business Leaders of America. Matthew placed first in the state FBLA competition and will be representing New York state in the national FBLA competition in Atlanta, Georgia this summer. Matthew’s college goals are to attend Alfred State to major in Computer Information Systems and to pursue a career as a Network Administrator.

    $1,500 Winner

Bethany Messe, Health Careers Academy, Perry CS

  • Bethany has a 92 average in the Health Careers Academy and is a member of the National Technical Honor Society. At  her home district, Bethany serves as the SADD (Student’s Against Destructive Decisions) President, Yearbook Editor and serves on the Wyoming County Youth Board. She participates in tennis and swimming. Bethany plans to attend Genesee Community College in the fall and transfer to SUNY Geneseo to pursue a degree in Psychology.  After earning her Bachelor’s degree, Bethany plans to receive a degree in Occupational Therapy.

    $1,000 Winner

Shannon Phillips, Metal Trades, York CS

  • During the 2015-16 school year, Shannon maintained Perfect Attendance in the Metal Trades Program and was nominated for “Student of the Month.” She participated in Robotics Club and Varsity Basketball. Shannon plans to attend Monroe Community College and continue her training in  machining. Shannon plans to pursue a career as a machinist and own an animal rescue sanctuary.

Batavia CTE Center Holowach winners

  • $2,000 Winner

Allison Uberty, Health Careers Academy, LeRoy CS

  • Allison has a 96 average in the Health Careers Academy and is a member of the National Technical Honor Society. At her home school, Allison participates in peer counseling, National Honor Society, varsity sports and the 'Emerging Knights.' In addition, Allison volunteers at the LeRoy Village Green Nursing Home, for the America Legion, youth softball camp, and cleaning for the LeRoy Fire Department. Allison plans to attend St. John Fisher College in the fall where she will study nursing.  Her goal is to become a Registered Nurse.

    $1,500 Winner

Thatcher Mowry, Agri-Business Academy, LeRoy CS

  • Thatcher has a 97 average in the Agri-Business Academy. Thatcher participated in many agricultural activities, including 4-H Swine and Dairy Club and Junior Dairy Leaders at Cornell University. Thatcher was named the Livingston County All-Star while wrestling for LeRoy HS this year.  He volunteered with the American Red Cross through his work in FFA at the Partnership. Thatcher is planning to attend Cornell University in the fall to major in Animal Science. Thatcher's goal is to manage the family farm.

    $1,000 Winner

Lindsy VonOhlen, Health Careers Academy, Attica CS

  • Lindsy has a 95 average in the Health Careers Academy, helping her to achieve Mastery Honor Roll this earn and earn Student of the Month in HCA. At her home school, Lindsy belongs to National Honor Society, Attica Senior High Marching Band, Color Guard, 'We Care Club', Leadership Club, and Broadcasting Club.  She also volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House and for the American Red Cross. She plans to attend Daemen College in the fall, majoring in the Physician Assistant Program. She eventually plans to work in an emergency room.