Beach Municipal Federal Credit Union awards 2017 Education Scholarships
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (June 5, 2017) — Beach Municipal Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce that David Ham and Parker Woodruff are the recipients of this year’s Beach Municipal Federal Credit Union Education Scholarships. David, an upcoming graduate of Ocean Lakes High School’s Math and Science Academy, will be continuing his education at Clemson University. He plans to pursue a degree in Civil Engineering and eventually become a transportation engineer. Parker, who is graduating from Kellam High School, will be attending James Madison University where he will pursue an Integrated Science and Technology degree with the goal of joining the FBI and serving as a member of the Hostage Rescue Team. Parker was also selected as a 2017 Jack E. O’Connor Memorial Scholarship recipient through the Tidewater Chapter of the Virginia Credit Union League.
Both students were awarded a $2,500 scholarship based on their exceptional academics, original essays and extensive involvement in both school and the community.
Please join us in wishing both David and Parker the best of luck at college and in the future.
About Beach Municipal Federal Credit Union
Beach Municipal Federal Credit Union has been serving the financial needs of its members since 1970. In that time, we've become more than just another financial institution ~we've become your friend, your family, and your partner in achieving your financial dreams. In October 1970, the Virginia Beach City Council unanimously voted to support a credit union as an additional benefit of employment. Shortly thereafter, Virginia Beach Municipal Employees Federal Credit Union received a federal charter from the National Credit Union Administration, giving municipal employees, retirees, volunteers and their families a safe place to save and borrow money. Since then, Beach Municipal, as we are now called, has become a full-service financial institution offering its members everything from traditional savings and checking accounts to IRAs, credit cards, mortgages and much more.