BERLIN — Androscoggin Valley Hospital Foundation recently awarded Mariam Gaynor Scholarships to three high school students pursuing their education in the healthcare field.
Christopher Lamphere of Milan, who successfully completed his first semester as a Pre-Med/Physician Assistant candidate at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.
Brooke Nadeau of Gorham, who successfully completed her first semester as a Biology/Pre-Med candidate at Assumption College in Worcester, Mass.
Amanda Shute of Milan, who successfully completed her first semester as Biochemistry major at Seton Hall University in South Orange, N.J.
These local graduates were each awarded a $3,000 scholarship to assist them in the pursuit of their educational goals in the healthcare field.
Androscoggin Valley Hospital established the Mariam Gaynor Scholarship Program to sponsor students in their pursuit of formal education and training in healthcare professions. Michael D. Peterson, president, stated that the scholarships awarded in Gaynor’s memory reflect the Hospital’s commitment to assist local area students in fulfilling educational and career opportunities in various healthcare fields.
For more information about the Mariam Gaynor Scholarship Program, please call Linda Arsenault, director of Human Resources, at (603) 326-5635. Visit AVH at www.avhnh.org and on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest. AVH: Leading the Way to a Healthier Future.