Nassau Students Win Scholarships

Ten Nassau County high school seniors won drawings for scholarships totaling $23,000.

Nassau Students Win ScholarshipsNassau county, FL – Florida State College at Jacksonville, Betty P. Cook Nassau Center, hosted the Nassau County site of the seventh annual College Goal Sunday on February 24th.

Sixty-four graduating high school seniors and their families attended. The state-wide program is designed to assist families in applying for Pell Grants by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

The program is coordinated by the Florida Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (FASFAA).

Ten Nassau County high school seniors won drawings for scholarships totaling $23,000.

From Yulee High School: Gunnar Cox won a $5000 scholarship from Jacksonville University; Tamara McLaughlin won a $1000 scholarship from FSCJ; and Kimberly Martinez and Joshua Smith each won a $1000 scholarship from the University of North Florida.
From Fernandina Beach High School: Cameron Snyder and Bailee Hollis each won a $5000 scholarship from Jacksonville University; Hannah Duke and Joshua Harbin each won a $1000 scholarship from the University of North Florida.
From Hilliard Senior High School: Sarah Miller won a $1000 scholarship from Florida State College at Jacksonville and Joshua Conner won a $2000 scholarship from Edward Waters College.

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