Embracing the Future:  75th Anniversary Scholarships

 

Fort Vancouver High School student Joseph Matter (right) comes forward to accept his 75th anniversary scholarship. Matter received congratulations from Kieran Stover (left), Director of Business Development for Arnerich Messina and Associates, which provided funding for the scholarships. Kellie Rusk, who is pursuing a nursing career, received the scholarship for a continuing Clark College student.  Rusk is seen in the photo above being congratulated by Clark College President Bob Knight.
Fort Vancouver High School student Joseph Matter (right) comes forward to accept his 75th anniversary scholarship. Matter received congratulations from Kieran Stover (left) of Arnerich Messina and Associates, which provided funding for the scholarships. Kellie Rusk, who is pursuing a nursing career, received the scholarship for a continuing Clark College student.  Rusk is seen in the photo above being congratulated by Clark College President Bob Knight.

In celebration of Clark College’s 75th anniversary, two new scholarships were awarded for the 2009-2010 academic year

Joseph Matter, who will graduate from Fort Vancouver High School this year, received the scholarship awarded to a new Clark College student. He hopes to pursue a paralegal career.

Kellie Rusk, who is pursuing a nursing career, received the scholarship for a continuing Clark College student. 

Matter and Rusk will each receive a $3,000 scholarship toward tuition for one year and $750 in books and supplies at the Clark College Bookstore.
  

The scholarships are made possible through donations provided by Arnerich, Massena & Associates, Inc. in support of the college’s diamond anniversary.