Every spring, CRG Residential’s Scholarship Committee gets the pleasure of selecting the recipients of the Linda E. Maloy Scholarship, which is to be awarded to a local graduating senior who has experienced personal family loss but has shown great character and perseverance through the hardships. Out of the twelve applicants for the spring of 2020, the committee interviewed the top candidates and picked two students who have exemplified positivity and stayed dedicated to working hard for their communities even in the aftermath of personal losses.
Kiara Moore from Southport High School will attend Indiana University in the fall and will major in Neuroscience with a minor in Psychology. With her degree, she plans to continue to medical school after her undergraduate studies are over to fulfill her dream of becoming a pediatric neurologist.
The second part of the scholarship went to Kaiya Sharp, a North Central High School senior who will use the scholarship to receive a Business Administration degree from Indiana State University.
Both young ladies have taken every challenge thrown at them, including finishing their senior year of high school online, and used it as motivation to improve themselves and their communities. Between the two of them, they have participated in four high school sports, four academic clubs, countless volunteer hours, and both held part-time jobs to help support their families.
CRG Residential is excited to follow these two capable students with bright futures ahead of them.
For more information on our scholarship applications, please contact Leah Wolff at firstname.lastname@example.org.