2014-2015 Foundation Scholars

Foundation Vice President and LB&T President Eddie Canterbury presents the Southern West Virginia Community College Foundation with a check to support the Adult Basic Education/Eddie Canterbury Scholarship. The recipient of the scholarship must be a G.E.D. recipient. The scholarship was established by Canterbury and is awarded annually to students who have received their G.E.D. This scholarship recognizes the importance and value of adult basic education and in assisting students obtain a higher education.
Foundation Board Member Phyllis Osenton presents the Southern West Virginia Community College Foundation with a check to support the Osenton Family Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to a Man High School graduating senior that will be attending Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College. The recipient must have a 3.0 GPA. The scholarship was established in May 2001 by Phyllis and Owen Osenton of Logan, WV. Pictured is: Eddie Joe Canterbury, Ron Lemon, Joanne Tomblin, Phyllis Osenton, George Kostas, Clell Peyton, Eddie Canterbury, Ryan Thorn.
The Appalachian Leadership Academy held its 2015 Induction of Cotiga Fellows on December 16, 2014. First Lady /President of Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College welcomed guests and congratulated new and graduating students for their commitment to the program. Appalachian Leadership and Education Foundation President, General (Ret.) Robert H. Foglesong, encouraged students on the academic challenge they have accepted. Recent graduates shared their stories and introduced the new class.
Shelley Scarbro, was awarded the Michael J. McGraw Memorial Scholarship at Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College for the 2014-2015 academic year. The scholarship is awarded to a non-traditional student who resides in Wyoming County and attends the Wyoming Campus. Shelley has been a stay-at-home mother for nearly 20 years and is pursuing a degree in accounting.
Jimmy Welch, Executive Director of the Credit Bureau of the Virginias Foundation, Inc. recently presented a contribution to the Southern West Virginia Community College Foundation. The Credit Bureau of the Virginias Foundation Scholarship program grants scholarships annually to students on the Wyoming Campus. Pictured are Steve Lacek, Division Head of Social Sciences, Education, and Non-Traditional Programs at Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College; David Lord, Wyoming Campus Director; Mr.

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