Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce Foundation 2014 non-traditional scholarship winners

Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce Nontraditional Scholarship Winners 2014 image

Amy Ejma and Jennifer Kittredge receive scholarship from Gus Floodquist


Jennifer Kittredge and Amy Ejma have each received a $1,000.00 scholarship from the Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce Foundation to apply to their continuing education.

Jennifer is currently employed at The Silver Tree in Gatlinburg.  She is a student at Walters State Community College working toward a degree in Elementary Education and hopes to teach in a Sevier County School in the future.  Amy is currently a 4th and 5th grade math teacher at Pittman Center School.  She is pursuing an Education Specialist degree in Curriculum and Instruction at Lincoln Memorial University.  Her goal is to teach part time at the college level.

Funding for the scholarships is provided through various fundraisers throughout the year.  For more information about the Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce Foundation events and scholarship programs, call 865-436-4178.

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