Press Release by Essex Foundation • 08/19/2021 04:00 am EST
Nathan Hill, a native of Ivory Coast, was nominated by the Essex Foundation Board of Directors for the 2021 Elizabeth Barnes Calder and Mary Francis Barnes Memorial Scholarship Scholarship. Hill graduated from Valley Regional High School in June and enrolled at Vermont Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources in the fall semester.
The $ 3,000 scholarship is a tribute to the late Diz Calder and his sister, Mary, and is an annual gift to an Essex resident who is a graduate or graduate of a local high school or earth-related study. Take a two- or four-year college, technical school or graduate school, or take courses recognized in biology, flora, agronomy, ecology, horticulture, forestry, forestry, landscape design, or environmental sciences.
“We are honored to be a part of the Burns-Caller legacy by supporting young people in higher education,” said Bruce Glock, president of the Axis Foundation. Knowing Nat’s success and desire to protect our natural world and our waterways is in line with Diz and Mary’s common interest in the community and the environment.
Gifted by the community, Essex Foundation, Inc. , Is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization intended to make a difference in the lives of Essex residents by financing the unmet needs of other organizations or sources. For more information, visit theessexfoundation.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.