Kirtland Community College student Brian Kinyon, an honor student from Luzerne, was recently awarded a $600 scholarship from the Michigan Association of Retired School Personnel (MARSP) for use during the Winter 2014 semester at Kirtland.
Presented to Kinyon by Carole Chilton, the scholarship is given every year by the Crawford-Oscoda chapter of the MARSP. Kinton was selected from several candidates, due in part to his success as a student and his commitment to continuing his education. He expects to complete his degree from Kirtland in 2015 and transferring to Saginaw Valley State University to obtain a degree in Psychology or Social Work and will pursue counseling as his career.
Annually, more than 3,000 students attend a variety of occupational, skilled trades, two-year and transfer degree programs at Kirtland’s locations near Roscommon, Kirtland-Gaylord, Kirtland-West Branch and in Tawas. Kirtland also offers a wide range of online courses and degrees, all of which can be completed from home.
For more information on Kirtland Community College, or to learn more about the programs, advising, testing, financial aid, veteran resources and other services available to students, contact 989-275-5000, extension 284 or visit online at www.kirtland.edu.