Spencer Kilburn and Brandon Vianna are the recipients of the Carol Hartman Memorial School-to-Work Scholarship.
Co-sponsored by the Saratoga-Adirondack Job Service Employer Committee (JSEC) and the Longfellow’s Restaurant Scholarship Award program, the scholarship is an award of $500.
To be eligible, students must be furthering their education in a field related to their chosen Career and Technical Education program at WSWHE BOCES’ F. Donald Myers Education Center. They must be matriculated full-time in a post-secondary school.
In addition, they must have work experience or have completed an internship in their chosen field. An employer must recommend them for the scholarship.
Spencer, who is a culinary arts student from Gansevoort, is a student at South High in South Glens Falls. In the fall, he will attend Johnson & Wales, College of Culinary Arts.
Brandon, who is a graphic arts student from Stillwater, attends Schuylerville High School. In the fall, he will attend Lyndon State College of Vermont where he will continue his study in graphic arts and photography.
Both students are graduating in June from their respective high schools and the F. Donald Myers Education Center.