2022 Academic Scholarship Recipients
Northland Capital scholarships are awarded to graduating high school seniors pursuing a degree in higher education who attain excellence in scholastic achievement, leadership, and community involvement. Congratulations on our 2022 recipient’s achievements and dedication as they grow academically and as a worth more person overall.
Musician, dancer, singer, and artist are a few of the many creative abilities that describe Aerith Lentner. She has received multiple certifications for her talents in musicals and art designs. On top of her extracurricular activities, she also works at a local craft business to gain new skills and customer service experience.
Aerith is a ROCORI High School graduate who has her sights set on pursuing an education in Marketing Design and Liberal Arts at St. Cloud Technical and Community College. As the daughter of Director of IT – Clint Lentner, her background in computers and technology will prepare her to achieve goals in digital design fields and the liberal arts.
“Increasing my studies gives me the ability to create new ideas as well as being able to share what I love with others.”
As an academic letter earner and advanced class student of Sartell High School, Jenna Booth is not afraid to get involved. In addition to being a student volunteer and teacher’s assistant, Jenna is greatly admired for being a leader in hurricane relief to Corpus Christi, aiding children in Honduras, and supporting multiple local church mission trips.
The daughter of Accounting and Tax Specialist – Renee Talbot, Jenna excelled in post-secondary studies and is expanding her talents at Lake Superior College to pursue a career in physical therapy.
“Maintaining a 3.8 GPA while taking college courses and working showed me how determined I need to be to achieve the things I want to achieve.”
Rachel Dingmann is a Cathedral High School graduate where she enhanced her leadership skills as a team captain, youth coach, member of the Spanish Honor Society and student ambassador volunteer.
The daughter of Account Representative and coach – Todd Dingmann, Rachel thrives on motivation being an athlete and captain in basketball and softball leading the teams, earning a 3.9 GPA, and incorporating faith into her studies. Rachel is continuing her education at the University of Minnesota, majoring in Psychology with a career goal to be a psychiatrist.
“Every day I fully commit to bettering myself and continue to work hard and give my best effort in life.”
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