The purpose of the $1,000 McCrumb Scholarship is to recognize and encourage scholastic achievement, community involvement, and excellent character.
Congratulations to our 2018 McCrumb Scholarship winners!
Mason Houtteman – Graduating from Saranac High School - He will be attending either the University of Michigan or Western Michigan University to study Aerospace Engineering. His goal upon graduating college is to work in the design portion of the aerospace engineering field.
Taylor Trierweiler – Graduating from Portland High School - She will be attending Ferris State University to obtain a degree in nursing. Her goal is be a Registered Nurse and would like to work with disabled or special needs children/adults within this field.
Olivia Gonzalez – Graduating from Lansing Catholic High School - She will be attending Western Michigan University, majoring in psychology. Her goal upon completing college is to move on to get a Master’s degree and become a psychotherapist.
Katie Witgen – Graduating from Pewamo-Westphalia High School - She will be attending Douglas J Aveda Institutes for their cosmetology program. Her goal upon completing the program is to one day own her own salon and help the homeless, poor and jobless gain the confidence to get a job.
Grace Arens – Graduating from Pewamo-Westphalia High School - She will be attending Baker College to obtain a degree in the occupational therapy assistant program. Her goal upon completing college is to get a job as an occupational therapy assistant. She would love to work with either special needs children or the elderly.
Maricela Tapia – Graduating from Waverly High School – She will be attending MSU to obtain a degree from the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities. Her goal upon completing college is to be a CSR liaison, working with large corporations that have a positive impact on the communities around them.
Nicole Cuttle – Graduating from Pewamo-Westphalia High School – she will be attending LCC to study dental hygiene. Her goal upon completing college is to work in a clinical setting but to eventually travel to Spanish-speaking countries to do missionary and charity work.
Emma Hales – Graduating from Saranac High School - She will either be attending Spring Arbor or GRCC for 2 years and then transferring to Kendall College for 2 years to study art. Her goal upon completing college is to find a job that not only makes her happy but gives her room to expand her imagination and use her artwork to impact people’s lives and inspire others.
Blake Cobb (Not attending)– Graduating from Lakewood High School - He will be attending LCC to pursue an associate’s degree in construction management. His goal upon graduating college will be to either join the workforce or continue his education to obtain a bachelor’s degree in construction management at Ferris State University.
Grace Trierweiler- Graduating from Pewamo-Westphalia High School – She will be attending Baker College of Owosso to obtain a degree in Occupational Therapy. Her goal upon completing college is to become a Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant.