Union Bank Scholarship Endowment

Johnson State College is grateful to the Union Bank for the Scholarship Endowment which the Bank established in 1997, with additional donations through the years, to fund scholarships for deserving students from the Union Bank's service area. Union Bank was established 1891 and has a long history of community service. Headquartered in Morrisville, the Bank has 15 branches in northern Vermont.

 

Union Bank Scholarships

Union Bank Scholarships go to students whose home town is located in the Union Bank’s service area and who show great potential in business and civic leadership.  These awards are based upon academic performance, college/community service, and financial need. 

 

Above: JSC President Barbara Murphy accepts a $5,000 donation for the Union Bank Scholarship Endowment from Ken Gibbons, Union Bank President.

 

Recent Recipients

2011

  • Daniel Aiken, Business Management major, Class of 2012, Sheffield, VT
  • Kathryn Johnson, Elementary Education major with elementary licensure, Class of 2011, Hyde Park, VT
  • Morgan Goodyear, Hospitality & Tourism Management major, Class of 2012, Jeffersonville, VT

 

2010

  • Christina Bennion, Elementary Education major, Class of 2011, Eden, VT
  • Morgan Goodyear, Hospitality & Tourism Management major, Class of 2012, Jeffersonville, VT

 

2009

  • Kathryn Johnson, majoring in elementary education, Class of 2011, Hyde Park, VT.

 

2008

  • Lindsay Mold, majoring in art, secondary licensure, Class of 2011, East Burke, VT.
  • Anna Winsor, majoring in liberal arts, certificate in small business management, Class of 2009, Newark, VT.

 

2007

  • Amanda Collins, majoring in elementary education, Class of 2007, Fairfax, VT.
  • Nicole Marcheterre, majoring in business management, Class of 2009, Eden, VT.
  • Melissa Peake, majoring in mathematics with a minor in biology, Class of 2008, West Burke, VT.
  • Ari David Weiss, majoring in history, Class of 2008, Jeffersonville, VT.

 

Union Bank EDP Scholarships

Union Bank’s EDP Scholarships are to  encourage part-time, adult students to obtain a degree, and is for students in the External Degree Program (EDP) who reside within the Union Bank’s service area of Lamoille, Caledonia, and Franklin counties, and will be enrolled for at least 6 credits in both fall and spring semesters.  Awards are given based on academic achievement, evidence of leadership, and financial need.

 

Recent Recipients

2006 (first year granted)

Alyssa White, Hardwick, VT.