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Published on June 05, 2015

Billings Clinic Foundation Awards Health Career Scholarships


Billings, MT— Billings Clinic Foundation is pleased to announce eight recipients of a scholarship given to students interested in pursuing a career in health care. The scholarships were awarded to graduating high school seniors and students enrolled in the first half of their degree program. Applicants must be enrolled at a Montana or Wyoming college or university in a course of study leading to an entry-level position in health care.

The scholarship winners are:

Joseph Shassetz, a graduate from Sheridan High School, will be attending the University of Wyoming and majoring in Pharmacology.


Nicholas Johnson, a graduate from Gardiner High School, will be attending Montana State University- Bozeman to pursue a career as a physician.


Taylor Gottula, a graduate from Skyview High School, will go into pre-med at Montana State University- Bozeman.


Alexandria Rootes, who graduated from Colstrip High School, will be attending Highlands College-Butte to pursue a career as a Radiology Tech


Holly Krenz, a graduate from West High School, will study pharmacy at Montana State University- Billings.


Sarah Jensen, who graduated from Richey High School, will study nursing at Montana State University- Billings.


Morgan Mueller, who graduated from Colstrip High School, will study nursing at Montana State University- Bozeman.


Marilee Beal, who graduated from Senior High School, will go into pre-med at Montana State University- Bozeman.

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