•February 15, 2017•
Katelyn Ruholl of Teutopolis and Brett Miller of Toledo are two of many that have benefited from Sarah Bush Lincoln’s Volunteer Guild scholarship program.
“This scholarship has made it less stressful and allowed me to focus more on school rather than finances,” Ruholl said. She is currently a junior nursing student at St. John’s Nursing School in Springfield and aspires to be a certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA). “I have always loved taking care of others by putting their needs before mine. I also love learning about all of the amazing ways our body works,” she said.
Miller obtained a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, and then worked for three and a half years before deciding to return to school to pursue a degree in nursing. “Being a non-traditional student has given me many life experiences that have prepared me for nursing. I wanted a career where I could make a difference,” he said. Read More