Posted in Scholarships, June 13, 2013

The Tuality Healthcare Foundation recently awarded scholarships to two local high school students pursuing health-related careers. 

Aloha High School graduate, Tabitha Vielmette, is the recipient of the Dr. Marvin J. Robb Memorial Scholarship. Tabitha is the daughter of Ken and Shannon Vielmette of Beaverton. She plans to attend Harding University and major in Exercise Science. 

Liberty High School graduate, Savannah Tran, is the recipient of the Flo Rhea Health Careers Endowment Scholarship. Savannah is the daughter of Phuong Lam and Duoc Tran of Hillsboro. She will be attending the University of Oregon and major in Human Physiology. 

The Tuality Healthcare Foundation offers scholarships to local high school students each spring who have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better and plan to pursue a human health-related career. For more information about Tuality Healthcare Foundation programs and services, please visit www.tualityfoundation.org.