Each year, the AMLA presents scholarships to individuals who are exemplary students—who, in the fraternal spirit, dedicate themselves to achieving good grades and performing service to their community. Each year, the choice is difficult because so many qualified AMLA Members apply.
Congratulations to the AMLA Scholarship Recipients:
Jacob Esteves is a graduate of St. Edward High School with honors. Jacob will start his post-secondary education at Baldwin Wallace University to attain a Bachelor of Science Degree.
Julia Mansfield graduated summa cum laude from West Geauga High School. She continues her studies at University of Mount Union, where she has made the Dean’s List. Julia is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Primary Education and Spanish.
Jacob Hammond graduated summa cum laude with honors from Eastview High School, receiving the President’s Education Award. Jacob continues his studies at the University of Duluth for Music Education, where he made the Dean’s List.
Maryclare Kastelic is a graduate from Magnificat High School and the University of Cincinnati, where she graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of science in nursing. Maryclare is currently studying at the University of Cincinnati in pursuit of a Doctor of Nursing Practice in Nurse Anesthesia.
Anyone who applied in 2023 for an AMLA Scholarship and did not receive one, is still eligible for a $500 Post-Secondary Educational Grant at the end of this year. Applicants can use their current application and fall semester grades to apply at the Home Office in December. Thank you to all who participated!