Alcoa Warrick Operations announced today that three Tri-State students have been named winners of Alcoa Foundation scholarships, providing merit-based assistance during their upcoming college careers.
Each student has been awarded a renewable scholarship, payable in four separate annual installments of $1,500 each year. Katelynn Summerville of Reitz was among the winners.
The award is part of Alcoa Foundation’s Sons and Daughters Scholarship Program, which recognizes outstanding academic achievement by graduating high school seniors whose parents are employed by Alcoa. The students received the scholarships based on academic achievement and potential, leadership ability, volunteerism and community service, and character. They were selected by a national panel of university professionals.