MADISON, Wis. (5/21/14)--The school year is coming to a close, and students are determining which college they will attend this fall: trade, community, private or public. Regardless of where they go, hundreds of students will have the financial help of their credit unions and their generous scholarship programs.
Kayla Imani Vincent of Kings Fork High School, Suffolk, Va., received the $10,000 John Alan Glasgow Memorial Scholarship from Bronco FCU, a $182 million-asset credit union in Franklin, Va. Credit unions nationwide recognize their student members for their academic and extracurricular achievements with scholarships ranging from small to large--all of which help their young members achieve their academic dreams. (Bronco FCU photo)
Winners of $5,000 scholarships from America's First FCU, Birmingham, Ala., with $1.29 billion in assets, were selected from the student of the week program, co-sponsored by ABC-TV 33/40 (eSignal May 9).