Kirsten Nichols, an Arundel Excessive Faculty senior, has obtained the Crosby Marketing & Media Studies Scholarship. The $5,000 award is given every year via Scholarships for Scholars to a highschool senior who has displayed the attributes and educational rigor essential to excel within the fields of promoting or media. Nichols can be attending the College of Maryland this fall.
“Kirsten’s educational, athletic and private accomplishments are spectacular, and we’re thrilled that she is receiving this scholarship,” stated Ralph Crosby, Founder and Chairman of Crosby Advertising and marketing. “She is an impressive younger girl who has the drive and expertise to achieve success in her chosen profession.”
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Already a author for her college’s newspaper and an area journal, Nichols goals of a journalism profession to “inform the tales of on a regular basis individuals who overcome difficult circumstances with unwavering positivity, hope and dedication.” In her personal life, she has handled debilitating medical situations from a younger age, overcoming them with self-discipline, laborious work and resilience. Nichols can be a two-year Vice President of the Nationwide Honor Society, Captain of Cross Nation Monitor and a number one distance runner for the Indoor and Outside Monitor groups.
Scholarships for Students, Inc., awards scholarships yearly to graduating highschool seniors who’re Anne Arundel County residents, have demonstrated distinctive skills in particular disciplines, and have contributed to their faculties and to the neighborhood at massive.