2022 Arbor Financial Scholarship Winners

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May 25, 2022

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Education is in our roots – from first meeting the needs of local teachers decades ago, to now helping our Michigan community members grow and achieve their financial goals. Arbor Financial Credit Union introduced the Scholarship Program in 1999, and since then, has given away $528,000 to area students through the program based on the strength of an essay and other factors.

 

The Arbor Financial Scholarship awarded $24,000 to 12 high school seniors this year based on the strength of an essay. The 2022 scholarship essay topic was based on the quote, “The whole is greater than the sum of the parts.” – Aristotle. Among 141 entries this year, Arbor Financial is proud to announce the winners of the 2022 Arbor Financial Scholarship:

Aiden Crowley

Aiden Crowley

Gull Lake High School & Kalamazoo Area Math and Science Center

Attending the University of Michigan to study neuroscience.

Ali Janke

Alicia Janke

Otsego High School

Attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison to study pre-dental biology.

 

Drew Hovestadt

Andrew Hovestad

Portage Northern High School

Attending the University of Alabama to study finance.

 

Asher Puhalski

Asher Puhalski

Schoolcraft High School

Attending Holy Cross College to study biology.

 

CARTER MAYNE Senior Photo

 

Carter Mayne

Lawton High School

Attending Kalamazoo College to study engineering and continue his football career.

 

Claire Pschigoda

Claire Pschigoda

Kalamazoo Christian High School

Attending Taylor University to study business.

 

Elizabeth Longcore

Elizabeth Longcore

Portage Central High School

Attending Michigan State University to study anthropology.

 

Emily Dalecki

Emily Dalecki

Paw Paw High School

Attending Kalamazoo College for general studies.

 

Grey Gardner Senior Picture

 

Grey Gardner

Kalamazoo Central High School

Attending Kalamazoo College to study computer science and English.

 

Jeremiah Kagumba

 

Jeremiah Kagumba

Loy Norrix High School

Attending Kalamazoo Valley Community College to study mechanical engineering.

 

Kayla Miller

 

Kayla Miller

Vicksburg High School

Attending Winona State University to study psychology or criminal justice.

 

Alkema,Maya

Maya Alkema

Kalamazoo Central High School

Attending Kalamazoo College for general studies.

 

We are excited for these students and all graduating 2022 seniors on their next steps. Keep in mind as you go, Arbor Financial offers the Volt Banking Account, a bundled checking and savings account, designed specifically for young adults to help you learn how money management works, providing you with FREE easy access to 30,000 ATMs, and help protect you against costly fees*.

 

*Must be ages 19-24 to qualify. Program, rate, terms, and conditions are subject to change.

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