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2024 Scholarship Recipient Spotlight: Grace Everett

Posted by Rachel Jarvis on Fri, Jun 07, 2024

Grace EverettThe Community Foundation for Crawford County is pleased to introduce Grace Everett, a 2024 recipient of one of the 19 Doug and Renee Leuthold Scholarship awards, the Jeanne A. Miller Scholarship award, one of the three Kiwanis Kahle-Wenner Scholarship awards, and the Mount Zion Milton Harman Scholarship award.

Grace, the daughter of James Everett and Marion Allen, is a 2024 graduate of Wynford High School. She will be attending The Ohio State University this fall and studying Pre-Medicine Biology.


What inspired you to choose your intended major?

"Ever since I was a child, I had a strong interest in science. Before I had a major picked out, I wanted a science-based major.  Originally, I wanted to do nursing, but I changed my mind and decided on becoming a doctor. Pre-Medicine Biology allows me to gain the required credits for medical school, while allowing me to get a better understanding of science."

What are your career and life goals after you graduate?

"My career goal is to become a pediatrician because I want to work with children and become a doctor. I have since not decided if I want to specialize within the realm of pediatrics, but I do know for a fact that I want to be a pediatrician. There are so many possibilities, and I want to explore more potential specialties, but, for now, I do not have a definitive answer."


Congratulations and good luck in the future, Grace!

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