CRG Residential is proud to offer a $5000 scholarship to graduating high school seniors who are pursuing secondary education. The Linda E. Maloy Scholarship was created in 2014 to honor Linda Maloy, the wife of one of our superintendents, J Maloy. Linda lost her 9-year battle with breast cancer in 2012, so CRG created the scholarship to provide financial aid to young students who have experienced a similar loss in their life.
To apply, students are asked to submit short essays describing why they are qualified to receive the scholarship and how they have used these obstacles that life has given them to become the best version of themselves. The perspective they have gained in a short amount of time is moving and most applicants also prove that not only have they taken their hardships and overcome them, but they pass on their positivity to their community. This year, our applicants included varsity athletes, a salutatorian, peer guides/tutors, and National Honor Society leaders.
With the many amazing candidates who applied to the scholarship, it was difficult to narrow down the selection, but after going through the phone interview process with our scholarship committee, two students stood out. Their personalities shine, despite being dealt a rough hand. Their inspiring outlooks will take them far in life and CRG Residential is honored to help be a small part of that future. Mason Hawkins, left, will be attending Purdue University in the fall to study mechanical engineering. Maiya Graham, right, will be pursuing a career in Pediatric Dentistry at Indiana University.
Thank you to generous donations from partners, CRG Residential was able to award funds to two other students who also embody the legacy of this scholarship.
For more information on the Linda E. Maloy Scholarship for the 2022-2023 school year, click here. If you would like to learn more about being a donor, please contact Leah Wolff at firstname.lastname@example.org.