Bowie-Cass Electric Cooperative is pleased to announce the five students to receive its 2024 scholarships. The students have been awarded a total of $8,000.

These scholarships are made possible through unclaimed capital credit refunds and highlight BCEC's commitment to supporting educational growth within the communities they serve.

Congratulations to These Five Students


Top Scholarship of $4,000 Recipient

Hannah Vissering of Paul H. Pewitt High School received the top scholarship of $4,000 for her outstanding academic performance and community involvement.

Four $1,000 Scholarships Were Awarded to These Four Students

Sophia Greer from Linden-Kildare High School

Isabella McKinney from Hughes Springs High School

Gerson Mendoza from DeKalb High School

Amori Shelling from Atlanta High School

All of these students have shown their remarkable academic and extracurricular achievements. Congratulations to all the scholarship recipients.

More About Bowie-Cass Electric Cooperative's Dedication to Educational Support

College Students on Campus

Bowie-Cass Electric Cooperative is dedicated to advancing and helping in our community by rewarding local students who show academic excellence and community involvement. They are pleased to nurture students who will be future leaders in our community and who will continue to the community’s growth.

BCEC every year also awards 10 local high school students an all-expense paid trip to attend the East Texas Rural Electric Youth Seminar. Plus, they host a yearly essay competition where two students win the Government-in-Action Youth Tour, a 10-day guided trip to Austin and Washington, D.C.

You can find out more information about the scholarships and the requirements and other programs at their website 

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