Chariton Valley Electric Cooperative grants scholarships to five local graduating seniors
Chariton Valley Electric Cooperative, with the generosity of its membership, is proud to offer educational scholarships each year to local students as investing in the next generation is part of CVEC’s mission.
Each year, CVEC offers four $1,000 individual scholarships to students who plan to pursue a post-secondary education in any field of study. In addition, a $1,500 individual scholarship if offered to a graduating senior who plans to attend an accredited electrical lineworker program and/or climbing school/training center.
Chariton Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc. is pleased to announce this year’s scholarship winners:
Carter Anderson - $1,000, graduate of Albia Community High School and son of Larry and Melinda Anderson, plans to attend Loras College or Central College and major in mechanical engineering with a minor in robotics.
Grace Bailey - $1,000 , graduate of Twin Cedars High School and daughter of Jeremy and Stephanie Bailey, plans to attend Des Moines Area Community College and major in agribusiness.
Sarah Matt - $1,000, graduate of Albia Community High School and daughter of Tracey and Christopher Matt, will attend Indian Hills Community College and William Penn University to study accounting.
Jayce Reed - $1,000, graduate of Albia Community High School and daughter of Amber and Bryan Reed, plans to attend the Iowa State University and major in agricultural business with a minor in accounting.
Elijah Smith- $1,500, graduate of Albia Community High School and son of Kelly and Michelle Smith, plans to attend Northwest Community College in Sheldon, IA to become an electrical lineman.
Chariton Valley Electric Cooperative congratulates this year’s deserving scholarship recipients. As a cooperative, we are thrilled to offer scholarships to students whose families are CVEC members as they strive to further their education.