Kaiserslautern AGBG Announces Scholarship Recipients
The Kaiserslautern American-German Business Club (AGBC) today announced the distribution of 3000 Euros through its university scholarship program. Simone Hemmer of Rockenhausen-Dornbach and Jordan Matthews of Mackenbach will each receive a 1000 Euro scholarship based upon their performance in the club’s annual essay scholarship competition. Four additional 250 Euro scholarships were awarded to Kate Fluker, Eric Oyan, Juliet Wells and Anna Dallas. The scholarship funds will be presented to the individuals at the AGBC’s annual scholarship dinner on June 1, 2007 at the Woodlawn Golf Course Clubhouse (Ramstein AB).
The AGBG Scholarship Program competition was open to university students living in an area bordered by a line from Kaiserlautern to Pirmasens, Saarbrucken, Trier, Koblenz, Mainz and back to Kaiserslautern AND must be studying business or business-related courses on the university level (at any university) OR may be a resident of anywhere but is studying business or business-related courses at the University of Kaiserslautern. This year’s essay topic was “How I plan to use my business studies to improve German-American relations.” Kaiserslautern AGBC Scholarship Chairman, Dr. Dennis Grotrian, emphasized the high quality of the many submissions for this year’s competition and confirmed the club’s intention to broaden and expand the scholarship program in coming years.
Kaiserslautern American-German Business Group
Tom Shaver, President
Peter Sanner, Vice President
Larry Zani, Vice President for Programs
Tom Herold, Vice President for Membership
Dennis Grotrian, Vice President for Scholarship
Uta Huther, Secretary
Beate Konopatzki, Treasurer
Karin Flick, Communications Chair