2018 KEA Scholarship Award Recipients

$37,000 awarded in 2018 scholarships!

Congratulations to the 2018 KEA Scholarship Award Recipients!  Fifteen scholarships totaling $37,000 were awarded this year to graduating high school seniors and full-time continuing education students.

KEA scholarships are funded through the KEA Educational Foundation.  The money comes from donated capital credits and KEA’s Operation Round Up® Program.  Donations are tax deductible.

2018 Graduating High School Academic Scholarship Recipients

$12,000        Marion Soule Scholarship                                    Hunter Blair

$  3,500        Academic Scholarship                                           Marina Cummiskey

$  3,500        Academic Scholarship                                           Kiae Shin

$  2,500        Academic Scholarship                                           Josiah Fish

$  1,250        Academic Scholarship                                            Edlen Mangosing

$  1,250        Academic Scholarship                                            Torataro Oka

$  1,000        Academic Scholarship                                           Solomia Bushell

$  1,000        Academic Scholarship                                           Zxyrelle Tabanan

2018 Vocational/Career and Technical Education Scholarship Recipients

$  2,000        Vocational/C&T Education Scholarship            Hunter Smude

$  1,500        Vocational/C&T Education Scholarship             Anthony Alvey

$  1,500        Vocational/C&T Education Scholarship             Matthew Schauff

2018 Full-Time Continuing Education Scholarship Recipients

$  1,500        Full-Time Continuing Education Scholarship      Al Asuncion

$  1,500        Full-Time Continuing Education Scholarship      John Dunlop

$  1,500        Full-Time Continuing Education Scholarship      Brianna Gibbs

$  1,500        Full-Time Continuing Education Scholarship      Beatriz Recinos-Pineda

Support of education and training is one of the seven principles that guide cooperatives in reflecting the best interest of their members.  Our scholarship program was designed to offer financial assistance to selected graduating seniors and continuing education students who show leadership potential and the capacity to make a significant contribution to the Kodiak or Port Lions community upon completion of their formal education.

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