WTA 2023 Announces National Scholarship Award
Jaelyn is the daughter of Jeremy and Missy Rumback of Clayton. She is a graduate of Norton Community High School and will attend Cloud County Community College, majoring in Elementary Education with a career goal of becoming an elementary school teacher.
The WTA Foundation awarded 2023 scholarships to 15 winners totaling $21,000. The WTA Foundation Scholarship Program awards one-time scholarships to WTA members (like Nex-Tech) with graduating high school seniors from across rural America for their first year of college, university, or vocational-technical school.
“Nex-Tech is pleased to be a part of national organizations like WTA – Advocates for Rural Broadband that offer advancement opportunities to our youth,” said Jimmy Todd, CEO/General Manger. “We congratulate Jaelyn on her accomplishments thus far and wish her great success in the future.”
A full list of scholarship awardees and the WTA member companies who are partnering with WTA to make the funding possible is available online.
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