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TowTimes.com - 2021 WTRAA Scholarship Fund Recipients Announced


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Source: Women of the Towing & Recovery Association of America press release

The Women of the Towing & Recovery Association of America (WTRAA) is an auxiliary organization for the Towing & Recovery Association of America (TRAA). Since 1990, under the TRAA Education Foundation, the WTRAA Scholarship Fund Committee has awarded scholarships annually to children or grandchildren of a TRAA members to help them complete their educations.

Scholarships are awarded based on merit, financial need and the candidate’s overall character, community involvement, leadership qualities, etc.

The WTRAA Scholarship Fund Committee is excited to announce and congratulate the following 2021 WTRAA Scholarship recipients. Their continued excellence in their education and enthusiasm towards their futures are the founding principles of the WTRAA Scholarship Program.

The 2021 scholarship recipients are:

  • Connor Schmit – Awarded $2,000. Connor will be a freshman at Saint John’s University, Collegeville, Minn. He is majoring in Global Business Management with a minor in philosophy.
  • Morgan Hobson – Awarded $2,500. Morgan will be a sophomore at Gettysburg College in Gettysburg, Pa. She is working towards a major in Business Organizational Management with a double minor in mathematics and economics.
  • Julia Tantare – Awarded $7,000. Julia will be a senior at Seattle University, Seattle, Wash. After finishing with her undergraduate degrees in Criminology and Criminal Justice Theory with a minor in psychology, Julia plans to attend law school to become a criminal defense attorney.

For those interested in applying for 2022 WTRAA scholarships, look for the WTRAA Scholarship Application the Spring edition of the TRAA – Towing & Recovery Association of America’s e-news.





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