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    2017 Scholarship Winners

    The Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the three winners that were selected to receive the Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce Higher Education Fund Scholarships for 2017.  Each recipient will be awarded a $1,500 scholarship to use at their chosen university this summer/fall.  Proceeds from this year’s Celebration of Excellence Gala presented by Clark State Community College were used towards funding these scholarships.


    2017 Scholarship recipients are: 

    Jordan Williams is graduating from Beavercreek High School and will pursue a Nursing degree at the Ohio State University

    Maeve Curliss is graduating from Carroll High School and will pursue a degree in Physics in Medicine at the University of Notre Dame

    John Yinger is graduating from the Greene County Career Center will be pursing an Electrical Engineering degree at Wright State University




    Each year the Beavercreek Chamber Higher Education Fund awards scholarships to local high school seniors who demonstrate high qualities in academics, citizenship, and leadership, in support of their college education.


    This fund is supported through the Celebration of Excellence Awards Gala as well as donations from our business members and the Beavercreek Community. 
    The Beavercreek Chamber of Commerce believes a well trained and educated workforce is key in growing a prosperous business environment. For over 25 years, our members have invested in our future by providing scholarships to selected Beavercreek graduates. Many of our scholarship recipients have continued to invest in our community as fellow entrepreneurs and professionals. We are proud to have such talented and gifted young people in Beavercreek.

    Please support our efforts by making a tax deductible donation today. Click Here to Donate Now!  

  • 2017 Scholarship Recipients

    Beavercreek High School

    Jordan Williams


    Carroll High School

    Maeve Curliss


    Greene County Career Center

    John Yinger

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