Big congratulations to Emily Sosebee, Mayse Pippin and Veronica Garcia, winners of TRS’ Future Nurses Scholarship contest! Along with winning the contest, Mayse and Veronica just graduated high school and Emily will graduate this Saturday. Before we selected them as winners, they applied for and wrote awesome essays, which you can read by clicking on the links below.
Emily will graduate from Woodstock (Ga.) High School on Saturday. As a middle school student, she was inspired to become a nurse when she saw how well nurses comforted for her best friend, who had been diagnosed with leukemia. Emily plans to attend Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville, Ga., and earn a bachelor’s degree in Nursing. She wants to work as an RN before returning for her master’s degree. She plans to work at a research facility and study pediatric cancer. Emily was born and raised in Woodstock.
Mayse, who graduated from Siloam Springs (Ark.) High School, has always been interested in Nursing. She loves working with babies, and has always wanted to comfort and restore lives. She will attend the University of Arkansas this fall and earn a bachelor’s degree in Nursing. She plans to be a pediatric Nurse and go on international mission trips as a Nurse. She was born and raised in Siloam Springs.
Veronica, a graduate of Rogers (Ark.) Heritage High School, has a sister who inspired her to become a nurse. Also, her grandmother would often get sick, and she spent a lot of time in the hospital and saw how Nurses comforted her. As a nurse, she wants patients to feel comfortable and restore their life as best she can. Veronica was born and raised in Rogers. She will attend NorthWest Arkansas Community College and become an RN. She plans to work as a neonatal RN and eventually become a Travel Nurse.
We wish all the scholarship winners the best of luck in college. We know you will go far and look forward to hearing about your future experiences and travels as you comfort and restore lives. Those who want to apply for the scholarship again will have their next opportunity this fall.
Click on the names below to read the scholarship essays: