East Morgan County Hospital Medical Staff Scholarships Awarded
BRUSH, Colo. (May 24, 2012) — The Medical staff of East Morgan County Hospital (EMCH) and EMCH Foundation are pleased to award the 2012 Medical Staff Scholarship to Alysse Milano and Connor Weisser graduating seniors of Brush High School.
Alysse Milano will be attending Colorado State University in the fall; she has a 4.0 GPA, with intentions of becoming a physician. She has served as Student Council Secretary and Sr. Class Secretary, FBLA, Latino Leadership Club, Sportsman’s Club, 4-H, golf, cross country, softball, basketball and band, and has had extensive community volunteerism.
Connor Weisser will be attending the University of Colorado in Boulder this fall, with the hopes of becoming an anesthesiologist. Connor has a 3.809 GPA and has participated in football, basketball, track, and chess and games club. He, too, has done extensive volunteer work.
“The two young people receiving these awards represent the high quality students in our local high schools. They also represent the first two individuals who will benefit from this medical staff scholarship,” said Suzanna Spears, EMCH Foundation president. “The EMCH Foundation Board is thankful for the foresight of our local physicians to create this scholarship program.”
The scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior who will be attending college in Colorado with plans to become a physician. The scholarship is awarded based upon demonstrated academic ability, extracurricular activity community service, and an essay.
We wish to congratulate Alysse Milano and Connor Weisser for their outstanding high school accomplishments.
ABOUT EAST MORGAN COUNTY HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
The East Morgan County Hospital Foundation exists to provide funds and support for capital and program needs at East Morgan County Hospital. Several successful campaigns have been conducted to meet these needs. The Foundation also supports the education of medical personnel throughout the hospital district and high school seniors, who want to become a physician, through two scholarship opportunities.