GOSHEN, Ind. – Ten local high school students were awarded $1,000 each from Goshen Hospital Auxiliary to help them pursue careers in health care.
Students receiving scholarships were:
- Emily Brown, Goshen High School, nursing, Indiana Wesleyan
- Taylor Eash, Westview High School, physical therapy, Goshen College
- Megan Guilfoos, Goshen High School, biology, IUPUI
- Aubrey Hanes, Concord High School, pre-med, Michigan State University
- Monica Herington, Concord High School, exercise science, Ball State University
- Esmeralda Martinez, Goshen High School, medical lab tech, Indiana Wesleyan
- Madison McBride, Wawasee High School, nursing, Indiana Wesleyan
- Samantha Shank, Fairfield High School, nursing, Goshen College
- Hannah Walter, Northwood High School, biomedical/health services, Purdue University
- Brennan Yoder, Northwood High School, biology, Purdue University
“We are always delighted to provide young people in our community with financial assistance to study so they can become healthcare professionals,” said Ellen Stevens, Goshen Hospital Auxiliary Board vice president and scholarship chair. “It’s always difficult to select among those competing for the scholarships. There are so many talented and promising students to choose from.”
About Goshen Health:
Goshen Health is a community-owned, nonprofit healthcare organization committed to improving the health of its communities. To live out the organization’s mission, Colleagues practice compassion, accountability, respect and excellence in every endeavor. The health system includes 30 locations across four counties with specialized cancer care; heart and vascular care; and a physician’s network with primary and specialty care.