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Rebekah Still from Live Oaks awarded $1000 Jon H. Poteat Scholarship

Rebekah Still, a senior in the Veterinary Assisting major at Live Oaks Career Campus, was recently awarded a $1000 scholarship from the National Technical Honor Society.  Rebekah will also graduate this spring from Goshen High School.  Rebekah will be in the Vet Tech program at the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash Campus this fall.  Rebekah was one of 225 outstanding NTHS members to receive a $1000 Jon H. Poteat Scholarship.

NTHS is the leader in recognizing student achievement in career and technical education.  More than 4200 schools and colleges are affiliated with the Society.  Since its founding in 1984, it has awarded over $1.4 million in scholarships to remarkable CTE students nationwide.  You can visit www.nths.org for more information.

NTHS works in partnership with national student leadership organizations to promote educational excellence and award scholarships to career and technical education students.  These include Business Professionals of America (BPA), Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA/DEX), Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA/PBL), Health Occupational Students of America (HOSA), and SkillsUSA.

Rebekah Still with Live Oaks instructors Jeff Whitesell (left) and Joe Krumm

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