OSWEGO, NY – Compass Credit Union is proud to announce the recipients of this year’s Compass Credit Union Scholarship Awards, which are going to three deserving students in the overall amount of $9,000.
Each year, Compass presents two $4,000 scholarships to high school graduates, with one $1,000 Continuing Education Scholarship being awarded to a student already attending college or a trade school.
This year, Oswego High School seniors Julia May and Dane Richardson were selected as $4,000 graduating scholarship recipients.
May is set to attend the University at Buffalo in the fall where she will major in Biomedical Science.
Richardson is looking to attend either Ithaca College or Syracuse University with a focus in Sports Broadcasting and Communications.
The 2019 recipient of the Continuing Education Scholarship, in the amount of $1,000, is Jacqueline Greer.
Greer currently attends LeMoyne College where she is enrolled in the Bachelors of Science in Accounting and Masters of Science in Information Systems programs as part of the Madden School of Business.
The application process for this year’s scholarships began in early January with applications due in mid-April. The Compass Credit Union Scholarship Committee then had the tall order of sorting through more than 25 applicants, all of which were Compass members, to determine this year’s recipients.
To learn more about Compass Credit Union’s services, or to see a listing of locations, visit online at www.compassfcu.com. Compass Credit Union’s main office, located at 131 George St. in Oswego, can also be reached by phone at (315) 342-5300.
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About Compass Credit Union: Established in 1966, Compass Credit Union has expanded from its original 74 members, to servicing nearly 7,000 members in the Oswego County community. Compass Credit Union aims to serve its members with responsive and exceptional personal service, security of member’s funds, competitive programs and continued growth.