The 2019-2020 school year was a year like no other. But despite COVID-19 forcing students and teachers to an online learning environment, these students finished the year strong. Members Trust is proud to award four, $1,000 scholarships to these deserving recipients.
Micaela recently graduated from S.P. Waltrip High School where she was an active member of the Waltrip Ram Band, Varsity Softball Team, and the National Honor Society. She graduated at the top of her class and plans to attend The University of Texas at Austin to study Public Health and Sociology. Micaela will pursue a career in medicine!
Madison attended Tomball High School for one year but graduated from Magnolia West High School. She was very active in the FFA program holding a variety of positions and contributing numerous volunteer hours, while still maintaining high academic standards. Madison plans to attend Clarendon College where she will study Pre-Veterinary Medicine and continue her work with animals.
This is Mariana’s second time to receive the Members Trust Scholarship. She currently attends The University of Texas at Austin, where she is in the Nutrition Honors Program. While maintaining an outstanding GPA, she is also very busy with volunteer and work activities. After graduation, Mariana plans to study medicine and simultaneously earn a master’s degree in public health. Her overall focus is on health and wellness.
Mari recently graduated from Hico High School and plans to attend Texas State University in the Fall, where she will major in Psychology and minor in Criminal Justice. She maintained high academic standards while also actively participating in FFA for seven years, athletics for three years, and two years in UIL and the National Honor Society. Mari also carried a heavy work schedule, as well.
“On behalf of the entire Members Trust team, I’d like to congratulate these accomplished students. Each of these young women has demonstrated intelligence, leadership, and motivation. We believe that each student will further their education in college and go on to have a positive impact in the future. It’s an honor for us to invest in these students and we wish them all the best in their future endeavors,” said Brian Gilbert, President/CEO of Members Trust Federal Credit Union.