2020 Warren RECC Academic Scholarship
Our educational system is an important part of our communities, and Warren RECC is proud to support learning with financial assistance toward higher education for our members.
Warren RECC will award scholarships to qualifying high school seniors. In addition, scholarships will be awarded to nontraditional students as defined on the scholarship application. Students must pursue post-secondary training at an accredited, degree-granting institution.
This award is a need-based scholarship. Family income and other scholarships and/or awards will be considered. Applications will not be considered unless all required financial information is furnished.
This is an equal opportunity program. Scholarships will be awarded without regard to race, religion, sex, age, national origin, or disability. Children and grandchildren of employees and Board members of Warren RECC are not eligible to participate in this program.
Applications will be available at the following locations:
- Warren RECC website.
- Any Warren RECC office
Mike McGuirk Scholarship Recipient
William Baxter- Greenwood High School
2020 Academic Scholarship Winners
- Trace Brantley- Edmonson County High School
- Landon Cardwell- Butler County High School
- Allison Croslin- Greenwood High School
- Alexis Daniel- Greenwood High School
- Cassidy Eversole- Franklin-Simpson High School
- Katie Henderson- Franklin-Simpson High School
- Morgan Lindsey- Grayson County High School
- Raquel Lopez- Grayson County High School
- Shelby Pierce- Grayson County High School
- Briley Robinson- Logan County High School
- Kayleigh Smith- Barren County High School
- Caroline Yates- Franklin-Simpson High School
Women in Rural Electrification
This $1,000 scholarship is provided by an organization of electric cooperative employees, director’s and manager’s wives, etc., and is paid directly to the college or university chosen by the recipient.
For more information or to download an application, click here.