Local students receive Everence scholarships
Scholarship program encourages young people to explore integration of faith and finances
Two students from the Kidron, Ohio area have received Everence® college scholarships for the 2018-2019 academic year.
The local recipients are:
- Emily Daniels of Salem Mennonite Church in Kidron, Ohio who received a $750 scholarship to pursue a degree at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.
- Carrie Hamsher of Longenecker Evangelical Anabaptist Fellowship in Kidron, Ohio who received a $750 scholarship to pursue a degree at Bethel College in Mishawaka, Indiana.
These students are among 42 recipients of Everence college scholarships for the 2018-2019 academic year. The scholarship program encourages young people to explore the integration of faith and finances while helping them on their educational journeys.
More than 150 students from across the country applied for scholarships – a benefit of being an Everence member – for the coming academic year. Recipients were chosen based on leadership, community involvement and responses to an essay question.
“Everence believes it’s important to support students as they work toward their college degrees,” said Kenda Mishler, Member Benefits Manager. “We want to reward young women and men committed to improving their communities and the world beyond their communities.”
Visit everence.com for a complete list of 2018-2019 scholarship recipients and their photos.
Everence helps individuals, organizations and congregations integrate finances with faith through a national team of advisors and representatives. Everence offers banking, insurance and financial services with community benefits and stewardship education. Everence is a ministry of Mennonite Church USA and other churches. To learn more, visit everence.com or call (800) 348-7468.
For more information:
(574) 533-9511 ext. 3388