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JA 2022 Scholarships Winners



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Sometimes it seems like there’s just too much negative news about the future of our country, and it’s easy to start feeling down about it. Well, at JA of Lincoln, we’re feeling pretty great about the future of America, and the list below is why.

Every year, we have the opportunity to award scholarships to the best and brightest local high school students-- and that means we get to read lots of scholarship applications. And every year, it gets harder and harder to give them out because the students get more and more impressive. These kids are bright, motivated, ambitious, and ethical. They have big goals, and are putting in the work to achieve them. We know that we can expect big things from these young people, and we can’t wait to see how they change the world. We wish them all the best as they venture on to the next chapter of their lives, and we’re thankful that we can give them a hand on the way up!

We're excited to announce the winners of the following Junior Achievement 2022 Scholarships!

ABBY VACEK - Lincoln Pius X- $1,000 Dan Remigio Scholarship 

AVERY GAERTIG - Beatrice High School - $1,000 Ken Carlson Scholarship 

KATIE WIESELER - Lincoln Southwest - $1,000 Don Dischner Scholarship 

ELLA KUTILEK - Lincoln Southeast - $1,000 JA Ignite Scholarship 

Each of these students will receive a letter and certificate in the mail soon explaining how they can accept and claim their scholarship. 

Congratulations to our winners! 

Thank you for your support of Junior Achievement and these outstanding students!

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