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BCCC congratulates students on scholarships

The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is proud to announce the following scholarship recipients for the fall 2019 semester. Students can apply now for spring scholarships. They can still sign up for Late-Start classes starting in October. Tickets are still available for the BCCC Foundation’s fundraiser featuring music from the Embers Featuring Craig Woolard at the Washington Civic Center on Oct. 24.

Morgan Peaden, 25, received the Levi Scott McGowan Scholarship. The Washington resident is a nursing student. She attended Washington High School and holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She is the wife of Phillip Peaden and plans to become a pediatric nurse.

Haylee Perry, 17, received the Tayloe’s Hospital Pharmacy Medical Scholarship. The Williamston resident is a nursing student. She attended Bear Grass Charter School. She is the daughter of Brian and Renee Perry of Williamston and plans work at the James & Connie Maynard Children’s Hospital.

Katie Pickens, 38, received the Louise P. Kidwell and Jarl & Grey Bowers scholarships. The Washington resident is a business administration student. She attended Washington High School, and she plans to transfer to East Carolina University. She is a mother of one and the daughter of Susan Pickens of Washington and Bill and Terry Pickens of Youngsville, N.C. She currently works as an insurance adjuster at HBA Claims.

Araceli Ramirez, 31, received the Tayloe Memorial Scholarship. The Farmville resident is a practical nursing student. She attended Northside High School, and she plans to move into the Associate Degree Nursing program. She currently works as a server at Mi Caba˜a Mexican Restaurant.

Aisha Reynolds-Langley, 42, received the Hannah Page Scholarship. The Greenville resident is a medical office administration student. She attended Sachem North High School, and she plans to work in the medical field.

Caroline Rhodes, 19, received the Doris Eakes Scholarship. The Greenville resident is a nursing student. She attended D.H. Conley High School, and she plans to work as an oncology nurse. She currently works with Interim Healthcare as a home health aide. She is the daughter of William and Mary Rhodes of Greenville.

Jordan Rimarski, 23, received the Louise R. Lester Foundation Scholarship. The Bath resident is a practical nursing student. She attended Pasquotank High School, and she holds a Bachelor of Science in Youth and Family Ministry from Mid-Atlantic Christian University. The mother of one is the wife of David Rimarski. She currently works as a mental health technician at Vidant Behavioral Health. She plans to continue her nursing education.

Conner Riley, 18, received the Myrtle Cutler Jones Scholarship. The Greenville resident is working toward his Associate in Science. He attended Unity Christian Academy and he currently works at Top Dog Academy. The son of Dawn and James Lewis of Greenville, he plans to work in anesthesiology.

For more information, contact Serena Sullivan at serena.sullivan@beaufortccc.edu or 252-940-6326.