Practical Nursing Students Garner OFTC Foundation Scholarships

Sterrett Practical Nursing Scholarship

An’Trayous Middlebrooks, a practical nursing student at Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC), was selected by the OFTC Foundation – North, Inc. as the recipient of the Sterrett Practical Nursing Scholarship on the Sandersville Campus for the spring semester.

Established in June of 2005 by former OFTC, then Sandersville Technical College, President Dr. John H. Sterrett and his wife, Linda Gray Sterrett, the scholarship is awarded annually to deserving nursing students at the Sandersville Campus.

Applicants must meet all the scholarship criteria, which includes a letter of recommendation from a nursing instructor, an essay written by the student on why they chose a career in nursing, a GPA in the top 50 percentile of the class, and an exemplary work ethic in the classroom.

Hancock Strong Allied Health Scholarship

Amber Viles, also an OFTC practical nursing student, was selected by the OFTC Foundation – North, Inc. as the recipient of the Hancock Strong Allied Health Scholarship for the spring semester.

Viles is a resident of Hancock County and takes classes at OFTC’s Sandersville campus.

The Hancock Strong Allied Health Scholarship was established by an anonymous donor from Hancock County who wants to see residents of the community thrive in their college career goals and hopefully return to the area to live and work.

Applicants must meet all the scholarship criteria, which includes a letter of recommendation from a nursing instructor, an essay written by the student on why they chose a career in nursing, a GPA in the top 50 percentile of the class, and an exemplary work ethic in the classroom.

CHSGa Nursing Scholarship

Sage Martus, another practical nursing student at OFTC, was selected by the OFTC Foundation – North, Inc. as the recipient of the CHSGa Nursing Scholarship on the Sandersville Campus.

Martus is a resident of Washington County and takes classes at OFTC’s Sandersville campus.

This scholarship, established in 2018 by the CHSGa Foundation, which represents a variety of healthcare organizations in Georgia, is awarded quarterly to students who meet the scholarship criteria, which includes a letter of recommendation from a nursing instructor, an essay written by the student on why they chose a career in nursing, a GPA in the top 50 percentile of the class, and an exemplary work ethic in the classroom.

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An’Trayous Middlebrooks, Practical Nursing student with his scholarship award.
An’Trayous Middlebrooks, Practical Nursing student with his scholarship award.
Amber Viles, Practical Nursing student with her scholarship award.
Amber Viles, Practical Nursing student with her scholarship award.
Sage Martus, Practical Nursing student with her scholarship award.
Sage Martus, Practical Nursing student with her scholarship award.