The wards of active Anderson employees are eligible for their impeccable works
Andersen Corporation announces the recipients of its annual scholarship awards. Twenty deserving incoming college freshmen are about to receive $2,500 from Andersen for college-related expenses. The scholarships are valid for the 2019-2020 school sessions and can be renewed for up to three academic years by submitting application and proof of satisfactory grades.The scholarships are valid to the children and stepchildren of active Andersen employees. The rewards are will be given to recognize students who excel in school and are working to make a positive
impact on others.These selected students are inspiring and have demonstrated exceptional achievements both in school and extracurricular activities. In regards, this year, $172,250 USD in funding will be distributed between the new recipients and scholarship renewals. The program is funded by Andersen’s corporate giving program and administered by Scholarship America.Eliza Chlebeck, director of corporate communications and community for Andersen Corporation, said, ”Through this scholarship program, Andersen is honored to support students in their pursuit of higher education as they work toward their career goals and make a positive impact in their communities.”
Some 2019-2020 scholars with their future plans:
Kaye Anderson graduated from River Falls(Wis.) High School. She plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and major in secondary education.Kendyl Brahler graduated from Lakewood Ranch High School in Bradenton, Florida. Kendyl
plans to attend the University of Tampa and major in allied health.Mia Drumheller graduated from Hudson (Wis.) High School. Natalia plans to attend Iowa State University in Ames and major in psychology. Her late father Jose Gamboa also worked for Andersen before passing away in 2006.Eric Lagos, graduated from St. Paul (Minn.) Academy. Eric plans to attend Yale University in New Haven Conn. and major in mechanical engineering.Sarah Schreiner graduated from Roseville(Minn.) Area High School. Sarah plans to attend Luther
College in Decorah, Iowa, and major in social work.