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Sheboygan County Scholars present at Chamber event

March 23, 2017 In Lakeland University Blog
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Zach Mock and Dante Williams, two of Lakeland University’s seven Sheboygan County Scholars, recently presented at Leadership Sheboygan County – the Chamber’s longest-running program.

Mock, a sophomore, and Williams, a freshman, spoke at one of nine sessions of Leadership Sheboygan County. The two LU students told 30 representatives of local companies and organizations about Lakeland University, the institutional name change from college to university, some of LU’s top academic programs and the Sheboygan County Scholars program.

Lakeland’s Sheboygan County Scholars program rewards up to four local students each year with four-year, full-tuition scholarships.

More than 300 people have graduated from the Chamber’s Leadership Sheboygan County program.

Companies represented this year included Bank First National, Consumer Credit Counseling, Family Connections, Gardner Denver Thomas, Generations Intergenerational Center, Golden Living Center, Girl Scouts of Manitou Council, Habitat for Humanity-Lakeside, H.C. Denison, Kohler Credit Union, Lakeshore Technical College, LOVE, Oostburg State Bank, Rockline Industries, Prevea Health, Sargento Foods, Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation, Sheboygan Paint Company, United One Credit Union and Vortex Liquid Color.

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