2014 Holowach Scholarship Recipients

  • $2,000 Winner

Mount Morris CTE Holowach winners

Andrew Patterson, Conservation, Dansville CS

  • Andrew is a student in the Conservation program and plans on attending Ohio Technical College with a major in Diesel Equipment Technology. He is very active in community service projects and other volunteer activities in Dansville.

    $1,500 Winner

Paul Doyle, Culinary Arts, Warsaw CS

  • Paul Doyle is a student in the Culinary Arts program. In the fall he plans to attend Niagara County Community College to major in Culinary Arts. Paul aspires to own his own restaurant and loves to create and prepare gourmet meals.

    $1,000 Winner

Helen Graves, Health Careers Academy, Dansville CS

  • Helen is a Health Careers Academy student. Helen plans to attend Daemen College to major in the medical field. Helen has maintained perfect attendance during the 2013-2014 school year and is on the honor roll.

Batavia CTE Holowach winners

  • $2,000 Winner

Kimberly Lovett, Health Careers Academy, Byron-Bergen CS

  • Kimberly is a Health Careers Academy student who plans on attending a six-year program at Utica College where she will study Physical Therapy. Upon graduation, she would like to participate in a traveling therapist program serving patients in a high needs area. She looks forward to ultimately working with people of all ages, and primarily wants to focus on improving the overall health of all of her patients.

    $1,500 Winner

Taylor Sanders, Health Careers Academy, Alexander CS

  • Taylor Sanders, a student from the Health Careers Academy Program, is planning to attend Niagara University to major in Biology and minor in Chemistry. After graduation, she plans to further education and attend the University at Buffalo’s Medical School, and hopes to perform her residency at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. Taylor’s career goal is to work in a regional medical center or doctor’s office as a pediatric oncologist.

    $1,000 Winner

Brittany Merrell, Legal Careers Academy, Byron-Bergen CS

  • Brittany attends the Legal Careers Academy program at the Batavia Career and Technical Education Center. She is planning to attend West Virginia University in the fall to study Forensic Science and Investigative Studies. Post college, she plans to attend the police academy with a long-term goal of becoming a forensics investigator for the FBI.