Congratulations, 2022 MSEA-SEIU scholarship winners

One benefit of MSEA-SEIU membership is our MSEA-SEIU Scholarship Program. In 2022, we awarded six scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,500 to MSEA-SEIU family members or working members. This year’s scholarship winners are enrolled at the University of Maine in Orono, Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Thomas College in Waterville, Eastern Maine Community College in Bangor, University of Southern Maine in Portland and University of Maine at Augusta. Check our website in January 2023 for applications for our 2023 MSEA-SEIU scholarships.

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Richard J. McDonough Scholarship ($1,500): Jake Goodwin, son of Joann Goodwin, of our Cumberland Chapter. Jake is attending University of Maine in Orono.

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Howard L. Bowen Scholarship ($1,000): Cameron Hurd, son of Tricia Hurd, of our Capitol Western Chapter. Cameron is attending Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers.

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Murray L. Brown Scholarship ($1,000): Tyler Brockway, son of Barbie Brockway, of our Jay Poor/Richard West Chapter. Tyler is attending Thomas College in Waterville.

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George A. Davala Scholarship ($1,000): Devon Lagasse, son of Stephanie Lagasse of our Penobscot Chapter. Devon is attending Eastern Maine Community College in Bangor.

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MSEA-SEIU Member Scholarship ($500): Randeelynn Dresser, a member of our Judicial Chapter. Randeelynn is attending University of Maine at Augusta.

Congratulations also to the winner of another of our MSEA-SEIU Member Scholarships ($500): Breelyn McClernand, a member of our Judicial Chapter. Breelyn is attending University of Southern Maine in Portland.

Updated: September 19, 2022 — 3:28 PM