Bennett, Heald receive hospital scholarships
REED CITY — Two graduating students set to take on the world of health care are the recipients of two $1,000 health care scholarships from Spectrum Health Reed City Hospital.
Lily Heald, from Reed City High School, and Shawna Bennett, a Morley Stanwood High School student who attends the Mecosta Osceola Career Center, have been selected to receive the scholarship awards.
Scholarship applicants must show a clear interest in health sciences, proven academic achievement and provide a comprehensive overview of their extra-curricular activities, community involvement and demonstrated work habits.
Lily Heald will graduate from Reed City High School with a 4.0 grade point average. She is already enrolled at Grand Valley State University with a declared nursing major and plans to continue her education to become a nurse anesthetist.
Bennett will graduate from Morley Stanwood High School and the Mecosta Osceola Career Center with a grade point average of 3.7. She plans to pursue a nursing degree at Ferris State University with the goal of working in a neonatal intensive care unit.