Kaskaskia College

Board of Trustees Scholarships
Mulberry Grove

Kaskaskia College has announced that Mulberry Grove High School graduates Emma Jackson and Kimberly Bone will each receive a Board of Trustees Scholarship to attend Kaskaskia College for the 2020-21 school year.

The award provides the student with full tuition for up to two years.
Jackson, the daughter of Bob and Julie Jackson, plans to become a cosmetologist.
Kimberly, the daughter of Jennifer and Chris Bone, plans to study nursing.
Jackson said of her choice to attend Kaskaskia, “I chose Kaskaskia College because of the amazing cosmetology program and the wonderful teachers and staff.”
Bone said, “I am going into nursing and chose KC because of their great nursing program.
“I want to get the best start to my career that I possibly can, and with a great education they have a great staff willing to go the mile to help me get the education I need."
Patoka
Kaskaskia College has announced that Patoka High School graduates Hunter Jolliff and Braden Torbeck will each receive a Board of Trustees Scholarship to attend Kaskaskia College for the 2020-21 school year.
The award provides the student with full tuition for up to two years.
Jolliff, the son of Jay and Jennifer Jolliff, plans to study welding.
Torbeck, the son of Kent and Deb Torbeck, is undecided on a major.
Jolliff said of his choice to attend Kaskaskia, “I chose Kaskaskia College because it is close to home.
“I was able to take welding classes during high school and am excited that KC offers the program.
“I am looking forward to attending classes in the fall.”
Torbeck said, “I am honored to receive this scholarship to attend Kaskaskia College.
“I am happy to be close to home and know the college has several academic and certificate programs available to further my education.” 
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Kimberly Bone and Emma Jackson

Hunter Jolliff

Braden Torbeck

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