Ceandra ForrestBriana PollardJasmine BryantYasmine Green
Five local students have been awarded scholarships by the Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., Epsilon Eta Chapter of Gloucester.
Ceandra Forrest of Mathews received $750 to continue her nursing studies at ECPI University in Newport News and Ellis Finney of Gloucester received $500 to further his work at James Madison University where he is a senior majoring in English.
Also, recent Gloucester High School graduates Briana Pollard, Jasmine Bryant and Yasmine Green received awards. Pollard received $500 toward her civil engineering studies at Old Dominion University, Bryant received $500 toward her physical therapy studies at ODU and Green received $250 toward her criminal justice studies at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Established in 1929, the sorority seeks to encourage leadership development through educational opportunities and to promote increased interest in business education among young people in high school an...
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