HHS student given financial success scholarship
Pictured are Leschia Douglas, TCFCU VP, Mary Champagne, TCFCU Board Member and Scholarship Chair, Alyssa Worman, Scholarship Winner, and Bill Groff, TCFCU Chairman of the Board.
“The Board and Scholarship Committee are very happy to award this year's prize to Alyssa,” said Barbara N. Sassin, President and CEO of Total Choice. “Alyssa's essay truly captured the spirit of credit unions and epitomizes our efforts to make a difference in the lives of our members/owners.”
Alyssa is the daughter of credit union members James and Pamela Horton.
She is a recent Hahnville High gradute and will attend the University of Southern Mississippi in the fall majoring in fashion merchandising.
Selection criteria included academic performance and essay presentation on the topic: Credit Unions - How Our Cooperative Philosophy Makes a Difference and Why That Difference Makes Total Choice Your First Choice.
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