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2023 Scholarship recipients

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Grove City College '27, History 

Madylin Maron Galbreath

Madylin Galbreath will be attending Grove City College in the Fall of 2023, majoring in history.

Madilyn has showcased her academic prowess by excelling in rigorous college courses and has demonstrated her strong passion for child abuse advocacy through her community service and leadership roles.

Through fundraising for her local crisis shelter and hosting school-wide movements, Madylin hopes to raise awareness of the prevalence of child abuse and combat the stigma that surrounds it.

After completing her postsecondary education, she aspires to become a child advocacy lawyer who fights for those who are unable to do so themselves.

Her goal: to lend her voice to children around the world and to uphold their best interests within the court system. Madilyn’s passion and clear vision of the future will undoubtedly inspire and bring comfort to many.

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Medical University of South Carolina '27, Pharmacy

Leah Alese Cobble

Leah Cobble will be attending the Medical University of South Carolina as a pharmacy student.

After receiving life-saving care from her doctors during her battle with Crohn’s disease, Leah is motivated to help others like herself. She is determined to become a pharmacist to bring comfort to patients and to remind them that they are capable of great accomplishments.

Leah’s life mission is to inspire her patients and to relinquish their constraints deriving from illness.

Through her role as a pharmacy technician, Leah strives to give back to her community. Her work ethic and resilience attest to her immense potential to become an exemplary Pharmacist: Leah received her associate’s degree in conjunction with her high school diploma and has served multiple leadership roles within her Church and community.

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Loyola University Chicago '27, Psychology

Carrington Olivia Jackson

Carrington Jackson plans to pursue her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Loyola University Chicago.
Her fascination with the intricacies of the human brain has led her down a path toward psychology and neuroscience. She is determined to become a neuropsychologist in hopes of guiding others who have lost their way and providing care to those who suffer from mental illness.

Beyond achieving stellar grades, Carrington enjoys interacting with others on a deeper level and spends her free time as a teacher’s assistant at her church and as a leader of the Multicultural Student Union, where she facilitates meaningful discussions with fellow classmates.

Carrington’s compassion and firm belief that everyone deserves to be heard, motivates her to lend a helping hand and a listening ear to those around her.

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