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The American federation of Government Employees is proud to announce the winners of our 2010 John N. Sturdivant (JNS) Family Scholarship. For more than five years AFGE, through the Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund, has awarded the JNS scholarship to deserving students across the country. This year the award amount was doubled, increasing from $1,000 to $2,000. To meet eligibility each winner was required to be a child of an AFGE member, or an AFGE member themselves. The following are the 2010 recipients:

                      Winner                                                                School

Julie Bonham University of Minnesota, Morris
Cheyenne Boyce Spelman College
Karen Broman University of Minnesota, Twin Cities: School of Public Health
Christina Brown Strayer University
Sarah Case Central Michigan University
Jacqueline Correll Tennessee Tech University
Christine Donley Kansas State University
Walker Jones Virginia State University
Nicole Katalbas University of Arizona
Andrew Keough McDaniel college
Emi Kyle St. Edward’s University
Jenny Lau Brandeis University
Tyler Letherwood Macomb Community College
Amanda McNeill University of North Carolina, Pembroke
Jose Mercado University of Florida
Kristina Mercado University of Florida
Erik Morrison Lawrence University
Laura Newman University of Denver
Rebecca Paris American University
Angela Rampy University of Texas, Arlington
Lia Solursh Georgia State University
Jasmine Stephens Hampton University
Ashley Wimmer Arizona State University
Jake Winfield John Carroll University
Debra Young Ashford University


AFGE congratulates this year’s scholars!

2 Responses

  1. Hi:

    My son is a senior in high school and plans to attend college next year. How can he apply for an AFGE scholarship next year?

    Thank You and Please Advise

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