Waukesha State Bank, a full-service community bank with 13 locations in Waukesha County, awarded twenty $1,000 scholarships to incoming freshmen at Carroll University.
“We are proud to have supported Carroll University scholarships for the last 22 years,” said Ty Taylor, president and CEO of Waukesha State Bank. “Our annual scholarship commitment demonstrates our pledge to education and our local students.”
Waukesha State Bank began their Carroll University scholars program in 1996 to support Carroll students, from Waukesha County high schools, in their freshmen year. Scholarships are awarded based on extracurricular activities, community service, and job experience. To date, the program has impacted over 350 Carroll students.
“We are grateful for Waukesha State Bank’s continued commitment to Carroll University and our students,” stated Melissa Baxter, director of foundation and corporate relations for Carroll University. “Through the years, many of the local students supported by Waukesha State Bank have stayed in the area and continued their impact through work, family and volunteerism.”
The 20 2018-19 Waukesha State Bank scholarship recipients are Megan Ansley of Brookfield, Kayla Cardenas of Muskego, Taylor Dora of Sussex, Zachary Fifield of Waukesha, Rachel Fordham of Waukesha, Amanda Gall of Sussex, Emily Gaskell of Brookfield, Andrew Grady of Muskego, Meghan Hayes of Milwaukee, Emily Hirn of Sussex, Josie Jackson of Waukesha , Anessa McCormick of Menomonee Falls, Jessica Mueller of Sussex, Hannah Schneider of Muskego, Eva Schwerer of Oconomowoc, Rebecca Stec of Waukesha, Megan Stritesky of Brookfield, McKenna Walczak of Sussex, Hope Weil of Hartland, and Kaitlyn Zanon of Waukesha.