Bowling Green Technical College (BGTC) congratulates Justin Carnes of Edmonson County High School (ECHS) and Mandie Silas of
The Work Ethic Seal program prepares senior high school students for the transition from school to work and life beyond the classroom. Ensuring that high schools students are acquiring the needed work ethic in order to obtain and secure successful employment is one of the missions of the program. The program and scholarships are sponsored by the areas Chambers of Commerce.
“We are honored to partner with the area Chambers to offer the Work Ethics Scholarships to these deserving students,” says BGTC President Dr. Nathan Hodges.
The Edmonson County Chamber of Commerce awarded the Work Ethic Seal Scholarship to Justin Carnes. Justin’s goal is to earn his Associate Degree at BGTC and then transfer to WKU to obtain his Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy.
The Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce awarded the Work Ethics Seal Scholarship to Mandie Silas. Mandie has enrolled in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program at BGTC. After completion of the program she plans to further her education in the field of Radiography
In order to participate, students must achieve the following:
• Maintain regular attendance that complies with School Board Policy • Receive only two unexcused absences and/or tardies • Have no disciplinary referrals • Maintain a 2.5 GPA
• Be involved in at least two of the following:
o An organized or unorganized team sport o An extracurricular program o A part-time job o Community service
Students earning the Work Ethics Seal receive a scholarship in the amount of $1,000.