Eight employees at The Lutheran Village at MILLER’S GRANT have been awarded scholarships to continue their educations. The recipients were honored during a reception at MILLER’S GRANT on July 17.
The awards were made through the resident-funded MILLER’S GRANT Education Fund, which provides scholarship and education advancement opportunities to employees in three tracks: Student, Professional Development and Clinical.
To qualify for a Student Scholarship, student employees must have worked at least 1,000 hours at MILLER’S GRANT and plan to enroll full-time in college in the fall. Each receives $500 per semester for up to eight semesters for a total of $4,000. The 2018 student scholars are Alexander Dapp of Glenwood, Hunter Jackson of Elkridge, Meghan Moore of Ellicott City, and Sean Voigt of Ellicott City.
Professional Track scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis to employees who wish to advance their skills. The 2018 recipients are Alicia Hartnett of Severn, Kati Haschert of New Windsor, Cindy Perez of White Hall, and Chelsea Waggoner of Essex.
“The Education Fund strengthens our ability to attract and retain the best possible talent to serve residents,” said Vice President of Human Resources Suzy Dyer-Gear. “It also allows us to offer competitive professional development and career growth opportunities.”
The Lutheran Village at MILLER’S GRANT is a faith-based, not-for-profit continuing care retirement community in Ellicott City. MILLER’S GRANT is home to more than 380 residents and more than 160 employees.
For more information please call 410-696-6700 or visit www.millersgrant.org.
Pictured from left: Employee Appreciation Committee Chair/MILLER’S GRANT resident Lois Clark, Alex Dapp, Hunter Jackson, Alicia Hartnett, Cindy Perez, Chelsea Waggoner, Kati Haschert, Executive Director Michelle Rosenheim. Not pictured: Meghan Moore, Sean Voigt.