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The Town & Country Credit Union mission is to Positively Impact Those We Serve. By assisting our members with the financial costs of furthering their education, we believe we're not only impacting that student but also the community in which they will influence for years to come.
To apply for the scholarship, members will need to answer this essay question: How do you plan to make a Positive Impact in your desired career field?
Applications are now closed for the 2022 Scholarship.
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We're proud to announce the presentation of $1,000 scholarships to 10 students in our communities. This marks the first year of the credit union’s scholarship program.
“Our credit union has always been focused on youth. We provide kids with special accounts that have perks like annual deposit matches and free family events held throughout the year. We also invest in projects that improve the quality of life for kids within the communities we serve,” commented Kalli Schell, Interim President/CEO. “Adding a scholarship program is one more way we can positively impact our youngest members.”
To apply, high school seniors were asked to submit an essay answering the question: How do you plan to make a positive impact in your desired career field? Submissions were reviewed and scored by a panel of Town & Country Credit Union employees. Scholarship winners were notified in April by the Credit Union’s Interim President/CEO, Kalli Schell.
“We’re extremely excited to recognize our ten inaugural scholarship recipients and look forward to supporting these members as they work towards making a positive impact in their desired career fields,” said Schell.
Abigail Nordstrom, Davies High School. Attending Valley City State University this fall. Daughter of Angela and Brad Nordstrom.
Aidan Sears, Central Cass High School. Attending Concordia College this fall. Son of Alana Sears.
Annika Henjum, Bishop Ryan Catholic School. Attending Minot State University this fall. Daughter of Jennifer and Isaac Henjum.
Avery Falcon, Minot High School. Attending University of North Dakota this fall. Daughter of BettyGene & Chris Falcon.
Kaden Braaflat, Davies High School. Attending University of North Dakota this fall. Son of Kari and Jeffery Braaflat.
Madison Elliott, Minot High School. Attending Minot State University this fall. Daughter of Michelle and Paul Elliott.
Nicolas Loberg, Bottineau High School. Attending North Dakota State University this fall. Son of Erin Conroy and Paul Boettcher.
Taylor Cattin, Kenmare High School. Attending South Dakota State University this fall. Daughter of Nicole and Jordan Cattin.
I would always recommend Town & Country to my friends and family… I feel like I’m a real person and not just an account.Kelsey | Member Since 2018