Scholarship Recipients


The NASE offers to help ease that financial burden by offering $3,000 educational scholarships to legal dependents of NASE Members that are between the ages of 16 to 24. Since 1989, the NASE Scholarship Program has awarded more than $1.8 million to members’ dependents.

2019
Kristian Davis
Benbrook, Texas

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Kristian will use the scholarship to attend Colorado School of Mines where he will pursue an Engineering degree.

2019
Emily Woltmann
Lisle, Illinois

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Emily will use the scholarship to attend the DePaul University where she plans to pursue a Bachelor degree in Business Marketing.

2019
Dana Scheetz
Alexandria, Virginia

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Dana will use the scholarship at The University of Alabama where she is currently studying Environmental Engineering and Geography.

2019
Anna Kristiansen
Makanda, Illinois

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Anna will use the scholarship at Montana State University where she is pursuing a career in Physical Therapy.
2018
Aaron Cail
Lisle, Illinois

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Aaron will use the scholarship to attend Eastern Kentucky University where he will pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in Fire, Arson & Explosion Investigation.

2018
Norelia 0rdonez Castillo
Garden City, Kansas

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Norelia will use the scholarship to attend The University of Kansas Medical School of Medicine
2018
Jordan Hayes
Saint Johns, Florida

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Jordan will use the scholarship to attend the Florida State University where she will pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

2018
Jennifer CaiI
Lisle, Illinois

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Jen will use the scholarship at Wilson College where she is currently studying to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Veterinary Medical Technology.



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The benefits explained herein are offered at the sole discretion of the association and may vary by availability, vendor and state of residence of the member. Vendors reserve the right to withdraw or change their offers without notice. The association makes no affirmation of fact or promise relating to the goods and services, and specifically disclaims any warranty, expressed or implied, as to the merchantability of the goods and services reflected. To be entitled to the association benefits, you must be a member in good standing and dues must be paid current.