Three aspiring college students were a total of $ 5,000 in Loomer-Mortenson Scholarship through the ACA International Education Foundation, the philanthropic arm, awarded ACA International.
First place ($ 3,000) was awarded to Ellen Vaught, of Rocheport, Missouri A graduate of the New Franklin School in New Franklin, Missouri, Vaught teaching at Columbia College in Columbia, Missouri study
Second place ($ 1,000) was awarded to Jaclyn Minges, Mason, Ohio. A graduate of Fairfield High School in Fairfield, Ohio, Minges general study and vocational adult education at St. Joseph College of Maine.
Third place ($ 1,000), Taylor received Waag, Crystal, Minnesota graduate of Armstrong High School in Robbinsdale, Minnesota, is Waag studio photography in the Minneapolis College of Art and Design.
“Congratulations to Ellen, Jaclyn and Taylor, as they continue their post-secondary course and prepare for the future,” said ACA President Foundation Loomer-Mortenson Chris Wunder.The Scholarships for college credit and collection professionals and their dependent children offered . Three winners will be chosen each year from essays submitted by students.
ACA International Foundation is a 501 (C)(3) organization, founded in 1995, focused on helping to enhance consumer financial literacy. In addition to the Loomer-Mortenson Scholarship, the Foundation also created and promotes www.askdoctordebt.com, a free consumer resource on debt collection and their rights. For more information on the Foundation and Loomer-Mortenson Scholarship, visitwww.acainternational.org/foundation.
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