$25,000 in scholarships awarded to graduating area high school seniors.
Capital Credit Union recently awarded $25,000 in scholarships ($2,500 each) to 10 graduating seniors from seven area schools as part of the credit union’s scholarship program. The recipients were selected from 118 applicants using a rating system that emphasized “Doing the Right Thing” through volunteerism and commitment to community, including charitable and school activities, as well as academics. Congratulations to all recipients:
- Abigail Van Elzen, Kaukauna High School
- Alyssa Ostrenga, West De Pere High School
- Elliot Hermann, Ashwaubenon High School
- Emilie Planert, West De Pere High School
- Emily Koepp, Preble High School
- Joseph Bonadonna, Notre Dame High School
- Madeline Beck, Kimberly High School
- Maggie Sohrweide, Oconto High School
- Sophia Hornberger, Notre Dame High School
- Yessenia Gutierrez, Ashwaubenon High School
Offering scholarships is one of the many ways the credit union is “Doing the Right Thing” for members, according to Capital President and CEO Laurie Butz. “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.” For more information on the Capital Credit Union – Tom Young Educational Scholarship, please visit capitalcu.com/scholarships.