Presidential Talent Scholarship
Three Crystal Lake students are heading to McHenry County College this fall on a prestigious scholarship, the Presidential Talent Scholarship.
Taylor Carter and Erin Jauch, both of Crystal Lake Central High School, and Christopher Godsted of Crystal Lake South High School were among eight area 2012 high school graduates selected to receive the 60-credit hour scholarship to attend MCC.
The Presidential Talent Scholarship is awarded each year to qualified high school seniors based on academic achievement, extra-curricular activities and community involvement.
The other recipients included: Samantha Skowronski and Natasha Tynczuk, of Huntley High School; Benjamin R. Bradley, and Megan Schaffter, all of Woodstock North High School.
MCC Founding Faculty Scholarship
Three additional 2012 Crystal Lake high school graduates have been selected to receive a 60-credit scholarship to attend McHenry County College under the MCC Founding Faculty Scholarship program.
The recipents are: Joseph Bilodeau of Crystal Lake South High School, Fernando Nuno of Prairie Ridge High School and Samantha Sonneman of Crystal Lake Central High School.
The MCC Founding Faculty Scholarship is awarded in recognition of the more than 30 years’ worth of contributions of retired founding faculty of McHenry County College.
Through the generosity of community donors, many other scholarship opportunities are offered by the Friends of McHenry County College Foundation, including awards for student athletes, those entering healthcare or nursing, fire science, early childhood education, welding, and scholarships for women.
Find more information on scholarships on MCC’s website.