Capital Credit Union recently awarded $25,000 ($2,500 each) to 10 upcoming graduates through its Tom Young Educational Scholarship program. The following recipients were selected from among 113 applicants using a rating system that emphasized their mission of “Doing the Right Thing” through academic success, community service, and volunteering:
- Allison Linsmeier, Preble High School
- Boone Kirst, Ashwaubenon High School
- Brian Voetberg, Appleton West High School
- David Hendrickson, De Pere High School
- Emma Reinhardt, Sturgeon Bay High School
- Haylie Dumoulin, Ashwaubenon High School
- Lilly Kaminski, Denmark High School
- Nicole Berna, Pulaski High School
- Savannah Teale, Hortonville High School
- Veronica Isselmann, Kaukauna High School
The application period was open from January 2nd to March 3rd, 2023. All high school seniors who were members of Capital Credit Union with a minimum GPA of at least 2.5 were eligible to apply. The scholarship is named after Capital Credit Union’s former President and CEO, Tom Young. Current President and CEO, Laurie Butz, is excited to pursue the program and continue investing in Capital CU’s young members.
“Youth are the future of our communities and Capital Credit Union is proud to invest in their continued education and potential in the name of our former CEO, Tom Young, who retired in 2021 after 32 years with the credit union,” Butz said.
For more information on the Tom Young Educational Scholarship program, visit https://www.capitalcu.com/scholarships.
Capital Credit Union is headquartered in Green Bay, Wis., has assets of more than $2.3 billion and serves more than 120,000 members with offices located throughout Northeast Wisconsin in the greater Green Bay, Fox Valley and Heart of the Valley areas, Greenville, Oshkosh, Freedom, Shawano and Sturgeon Bay. Follow Capital Credit Union on Facebook at “Capital Credit Union” and online at www.capitalcu.com