BCCC Foundation announces scholarship recipients
Published 10:11 pm Friday, February 1, 2019
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is proud to announce the following scholarship recipients for the spring 2019 semester. The BCCC Foundation has awarded over $145,000 in scholarships during the 2018-2019 academic year.
Jamie Davenport, 19, received the Vidant Beaufort Health Scholarship. The Farmville resident is working toward an Associate Degree in Nursing. The daughter of Bob and Caroline Davenport of Farmville, she attended Farmville Central High School.
Riley Davis, 19, received the Beaufort County Crimestoppers Linley H. Gibbs Jr. Scholarship. Davis is part of the criminal justice program. The Washington resident attended Washington High School and plans to work in law enforcement. The son of Jimmy and Leisa Davis, he currently works at Vidant Beaufort Hospital as a radiology transporter.
Breanna Ethridge, 17, received the Doris Eakes Scholarship. She is the daughter of Michelle and Dave Ethridge of Farmville and is part of the Associate Degree in Nursing program through the Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nursing (RIBN) program. Ethridge attended Farmville Central High School, plans to work in emergency medicine, and she is certified as an emergency medical technician (EMT). She currently works at Rock Springs Center as part of the kitchen staff.
Johnathon Midgette, 18, received the Washington Noon Rotary Scholarship. He is the son of Connie and Daniel Midgette of Pantego, and he working toward an Associate in Arts. The Pantego resident attended Pungo Christian Academy. He plans to transfer to East Carolina University to earn a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.
Sara Nicholson, 19, received the Louise R. Lester Foundation Scholarship. Nicholson is part of the nursing program. She is the daughter of Sharon and Lee Nicholson of Winterville, and she attended D.H. Connelly High School. She currently works at the Vidant Wellness Center in Greenville as a service desk associate and plans to attend East Carolina University to obtain her Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Kaila Smith, 20, received the Washington Noon Rotary and the Doris Eakes Scholarships. The Roper resident is part of the nursing program and plans to become a neonatal nurse practitioner. She is the daughter of Connie and Edward Smith, and she currently works at Chowan County Emergency Services as an emergency medical technician (EMT). She attended NERSBA, and she holds an Associate in Science and an Associate in General Education.
Antonio Swain, 34, received the Louise R. Lester Foundation Scholarship. He is the son of Clintoria Swain of Roper and is part of the electrical engineering program. Swain attended Plymouth High School. He currently works at Mackeys Ferry Sawmill as a machine operator.
Joshua Williams, 19, received the Louise R. Lester Foundation Scholarship. Williams is part of the mechanical engineering program. He is the son of Malisa Hart of Chocowinity, and he attended McKinney Boyd High School. He currently works in the bakery/deli at Food Lion.
For more information, contact Jen Seay, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 252-940-6218.