3 Divine Child students awarded credit union scholarships

Photo courtesy of Catholic Vantage Financial
Divine Child High School students Jessie Collins (fourth from right), Ben Carr (second from right) and Faith Emmerling are among 10 recipients of scholarships from Catholic Vantage Financial. Other students receiving scholarships from CVF Board Chairman Michael Hammond (sixth from left) are Garrett Zylinski (left) of Detroit Catholic Central High School in Novi; Kenneth Lashaway of Gabriel Richard High School in Ann Arbor; Claire Ramadan of Plymouth Salem High School; Ethan Godin of St. Edith Catholic School in Livonia; Cotter Welch of Farmington Mercy High School; and Henry Hoeft, a kindergartner at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Plymouth.

Three Divine Child High School students were among 10 recipients of scholarships from Catholic Vantage Financial.

This year’s winners and their families were honored at CVF’s annual membership meeting in March.

Jessie Collins was among four metropolitan Detroit seniors awarded $1,000 for college, while incoming freshman Faith Emmerling and sophomore Ben Carr were among six recipients of $500 to help Catholic school students cover tuition.

“Catholic Vantage Financial has a proud history of supporting Catholic school education in the communities we serve through a variety of activities,” said Emma Teller, CVF vice president of marketing and business development. “Members repeatedly tell us how much these scholarships mean to their families and to their children’s continuing education.”