Advantage One Credit Union awards three academic scholarships
BROWNSTOWN, MI (May 22, 2018) — Advantage One Credit Union awards three local area students with academic scholarships. Each student received a $2,500 scholarship and recipients were selected based on an essay competition with consideration given to their academic accomplishments and participation in both school and community activities.
The Adult Enrichment scholarship was awarded to Madison Litterell of Flat Rock. Madison is a current Concordia University student, studying biology, with aspirations of being a physician’s assistant. Mykel Dolinski, a current student at Trenton High School, was awarded the Ronald Stamper scholarship. She will be attending University of Michigan Ann Arbor, majoring in biochemical engineering. Lastly, Nicole Garland, a current student at Woodhaven High School, was awarded with the James Wood scholarship, which is specifically for AOCU members. Nicole has been accepted to Wayne County Community College to study business administration.
“AOCU would like to extend our congratulations to the winners of the Academic Scholarship program, as well as thank all of the students who applied. Best of luck to all the 2018 graduates,” said Chris Corkery, CEO of Advantage One Credit Union.
About Advantage One Credit Union
Advantage One Credit Union is a local financial organization with over $149 million in assets and three branches in southeast Michigan. Since 1952, Advantage One has served local residents by offering financial products, services and education to help members meet their needs and achieve their goals. Learn more at www.myaocu.com.