ALEXANDRIA, Va.—Eleven college students received big news this month when they learned they were selected as recipients of a $3,000 scholarship through the Future Fund Scholarship Program—one of the signature programs supported by the NACS Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
The NACS Foundation Future Fund Scholarship Program has long helped to grow today’s top talent into tomorrow’s top performers through continuing education and professional development opportunities. Each year, the NACS Foundation distributes as many as 11 scholarships in the amount of $3,000 each for costs toward undergraduate career education at a community college or university. Since its inception, the program has awarded more than $500,000 in scholarships to NACS retail member company employees.
The 2020-21 NACS Foundation Future Fund Scholarship recipients, each of whom is currently employed with a NACS retail member company, are:
- Alyssa Fawks, safety coordinator, Douglass Distributing; Southeastern Oklahoma State University
- Danielle Mosley, HR coordinator, superpumper; Arizona State University
- Evan Johnson, quality assurance field specialist, Sheetz; Saint Francis University
- Isaac Johnston, application development intern, Sheetz; Liberty University
- Jayden Dolechek, cashier, The Hub Convenience Stores Inc.; Dickinson State University
- Kaitlyn Mason, team member, Get Go; Chatham University
- Kayla Swan, store assistant manager, Kwik Shop; University of Kansas
- Megan Wood, salesperson, Sheetz; Indiana University of Pennsylvania
- Sara Kendall, assistant foodservice leader, Quick Chek; Ocean County College
- Sarah DeMuth, associate (food prep and cashier), Sheetz; Hagerstown Community College
- Matthew McDonnell, detail customer advisor, Delta Sonic Car Wash; The University of Iowa
To be notified when the 2021-22 NACS Scholarship submission period opens or to learn more about how you can help develop the next generation of leaders in the convenience and fuel retailing industry, visit conveniencecares.org/Future-Fund