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UM Health-Sparrow Clinton Awards Scholarships to Local Students

Michigan Business Network
June 12, 2024 10:00 AM

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ST. JOHNS, MI – University of Michigan Health-Sparrow Clinton has awarded $1,000 scholarships to nine Clinton County high school students who intend to pursue higher education in a health-related field. 

The funds for these scholarships have been generously donated by benefactors of UM Health-Sparrow, including the Merten and Geraldine Whyman Health Careers Scholarship Endowment Fund, established in 1986 for Clinton County students pursuing health-related curriculums, and the Clinton Physician Impact Fund, dedicated to advancing students in the Clinton community.

The scholarships are being awarded with the hope of supporting the graduates in achieving their goals and, in turn, encouraging them to assist UM Health-Sparrow Clinton’s highly skilled team members in their efforts to provide leading-edge and compassionate care, close to home.

2024 UM Health-Sparrow Health Care Scholarship recipients for Clinton County are:

·         Isabella Dankert, of DeWitt, who plans to study neuroscience at the University of Kentucky.

·         Bridget Nobach, of Portland, who plans to study health administration at Ferris State University.

·         Sophia Pellerito, of DeWitt, who plans to study nursing at Michigan State University.

·         Ella Schafer, of St. Johns, who plans to study biology at Hillsdale College.

·         Katelyn Thelen, of St. Johns, who plans to study exercise science at Adrian College.

·         Aaron Thomas, of DeWitt, who plans to study biomedical engineering at Hope College.

2024 UM Health-Sparrow Clinton Physician Impact Fund Award recipients are:

·         Parker Beebee, of St. Johns, who plans to study public health at Saginaw Valley State University.

·         Nathan Klein, of St. Johns, who plans to study statistics at Michigan State University.

·         Lily Sackrider, of St. Johns, who plans to study biology at Hope College.

For more information on UM Health-Sparrow Health Care Scholarships, go to UofMHealthSparrow.org/Scholarships.

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