Beloit Health System’s Volunteers in Partnership (VIP) recently announced the recipients of seven $1,500 scholarships awarded to high school graduates who are entering the field of medicine.
The following are the scholarship recipients, their high school, the college or university they’ll be attending in the fall, and their major:
- Alison Lawrence, from Hononegah High School, is planning to attend Augustana College and major in Pre-Med, Biology and Spanish.
- Johnson Moran, from FJ Turner High School, is planning to attend John Hopkins University and major in Neuroscience and Philosophy.
- Kaitlyn Schill, from Rock County Christian School, is planning to attend Northern Michigan University, and major in Biochemistry and Biology.
- Carolyn Johnson, from FJ Turner High School, is planning to attend Belmont University, and major in Biology.
- Deep Patel, from Beloit Memorial High School, is planning to attend Marquette University, and major in Biomedical Sciences/Pre-Dental.
- Kendyl Bagley, from Clinton Community High School, is planning to attend
UW-La Crosse, and major in Pre-Physician Assistant and Biology.
- Charlotte Mueller, from Clinton Community High School, is planning to attend
UW-La Crosse, and major in Biology and Pre-Physician Assistant Studies.
Gratuities from the VIP Grille and fundraisers throughout the year support the scholarship fund. This is the 24th year the scholarships have been awarded. Beloit Health System’s volunteers include over 300 volunteers, who work in different areas of the hospital, clinic and its outreach centers.
From left to right: Tim McKevett, President & CEO, Kendyl Bagley, Randy Abraham, Alison Lawrence, Carolyn Johnson, Johnson Moran, Chuck Ramsden, and Dick Johnson.
Here are four of the seven students who recently received a $1,500.00 scholarship from Beloit Health System’s VIP Volunteers in Partnership. Not pictured: Kaitlyn Schill, Deep Patel and Charlotte Mueller.
About Beloit Health System
Beloit Health System is an independent community hospital serving northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. We offer world-class facilities and services to improve the overall health of the communities we serve with cornerstones for quality, engagement, integrity and patient satisfaction.