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Scholarships

The H.E.A.R.T. of Mississippi

(Health Education, Advancement, Research, and Training)

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Empowering Health Education

2015 Scholarship Recipients

Thomas Hudson
Hannah Brown
Thomas Hudson
Pafford Scholarship
Hannah Brown
2015 Brandon High School scholarship recipient, Thomas M. Hudson and his parents. Sponsored by Pafford Emergency Medical Services of Brandon, MS. Thomas has a 4.0 GPA, ACT score of 26, has an excellent community service and character record, and has participated in band, choir, National Honor Society, and is an Executive Officer in JROTC, Thomas has been accepted to University of Southern Mississippi to pursue a degree in Physical Therapy and Kinesiotherapy. He also has a desire to work with the VA Hospital and help our disabled veterans. Thank you, Thomas!
2015 Brandon High School scholarship recipient, Hannah J. Brown. Hannah has a 4.0 GPA, ACT score of 25, has an excellent community service andcharacter record, and has participated in many activities, Beta Club, Key Club, and has received awards for community service and leadership. She has participated in groups and activities such as: Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), Reject All Tobacco Dance Troupe (RAT Pack, and Brandon Mayor's Youth Council (BMYC). Hannah has been accepted to Mississippi College to pursue a degree in Art Education. She hopes to teach Art Education in a high school setting, utilize her knowledge and skills to also help special education in art, and help others use art for self-expression in mental health. Thank you, Hannah!
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