The NC Triad Chapter of the Virginia Tech Alumni Association is pleased to announce our scholarship winners for the 2015-2016 Academic Year. After a careful review of all applicants’ student records, community involvement, and an extensive interview process, we have awarded the scholarship to these two outstanding students.
Julia Errington, the daughter of Mary Beth and Craig Errington of Pleasant Garden, is a graduate of Bishop McGuinness High School and plans to major in Animal and Poultry Science at Virginia Tech.
Mitchell McGee, the son of Vonda and Michael McGee of Advance, is a graduate of Davie County High School and plans to major in Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech.
Please join us in congratulating these students as well as all incoming students from the Triad at our Annual Family Picnic and Freshmen Send-off on August 14, 2016 at 2:00pm at Triad Park, Shelter #7.
The NC Triad Chapter of the Virginia Tech Alumni Association is pleased to announce our two scholarship winners for the 2014-2015 Academic Year. After a careful review of all applicant’s student records, community involvement, and an extensive interview process, we have awarded the scholarship to these two outstanding students.
Madison Edwards is a graduate of Wesleyan Christian Academy. She is the daughter of Christopher and Susan Edwards of Belews Creek, NC. Upon enrollment this Fall, she will pursue a degree in Animal and Poultry Sciences.
Sage Schweickert is a graduate of the Early College of Forsyth. She is the daughter of Jacqueline Leon of Clemmons, NC. She will pursue a degree in Engineering at Virginia Tech.
Please join us in congratulating these young ladies and wishing all of our incoming freshmen the best at our Summer Picnic on August 13, 2015 at 6:00pm at Triad Park in Kernersville.
The NC Triad Chapter of the Virginia Tech Alumni Association is pleased to announce the winners of our 2014 scholarship award. Each year, graduating seniors from the Triad who have applied and been accepted to Virginia Tech compete for the opportunity to earn this scholarship. The students must exemplify a commitment to academic excellence as well as involvement in the local community. In addition to the application requirements, the finalists are then interviewed by a panel of local alumni to determine the winner. The students receive a one-time, $2,000 scholarship for the upcoming 2014-2015 school year.
We are proud to award this year’s scholarships to Leah Renee Frost, daughter of James and Sandra Frost of Northern Guilford High School, and Jay Kirby, son of Jeff and Patricia Kirby of Bishop McGuinness High School.
These students, along with all new Hokies will be honored and welcomed at our annual “Freshman Send-off Picnic” at Triad Park on August 14th, 2014 at Triad Park.