Cornerstone Bank is proud to announce the winners of their scholarship awards program for local high school students within the graduating class of 2018. Cornerstone Bank is proud to support their communities and foster relationships with local students. A scholarship awards program was held for area high school seniors looking to pursue higher education in business and finance. Sixteen students have been selected from the received applications and will each be awarded a $2,000 scholarship for Fall Semester 2018. The winners of the 2018 Scholarship Program are: Taylor Coonan - Oxford High School Jayme Dowd - David Prouty High School Briana Johnson - Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School Farah Mohamad - Doherty High School Elizabeth Moore - Wachusett Regional High School Jennifer Morrissey - Shepard Hill Regional High School Christopher Place - Bartlett High School Christopher Porcaro - Leicester High School Danielle Purinton - Wachusett Regional High School Erika Quesada - Southbridge High School Cody Robert - Tantasqua Regional High School Vanessa Rodriguez - Southbridge High School Camden Rowe - Tantasqua Regional High School Catherine Simonds - Tantasqua Regional High School Mason Smith - Bay Path Regional Vocational Technical High School Shawn Soucie - Leicester High School To be eligible for the scholarship, students had to meet certain criteria including: 2018 graduation standing, anticipated study in the business or finance field and full-time enrollment in an accredited, degree-granting institution of higher education. As part of the application, eligible students included an essay on their desired field of study and related career path. Qualifying students were considered for their academic achievements and awards as well as extracurricular activities and community involvement. “We congratulate the winners of this year’s scholarship program,” stated K. Michael Robbins, Chairman and CEO of Cornerstone Bank. “As a financial institution rooted in its community, we are happy to assist those area high school students who wish to foster advancement in the business and finance industries.” For more information on the scholarship awards program, visit one of the bank branches between February and April of the current school year.