Scholarship Endowed for HIV/AIDS


From left, Beverly Rednor and Andrew Conrad of the Rick Rednor AIDS Foundation, formerly the Rick Rednor AIDS Library, present a $27,497 check to Mercer County Community College Foundation Coordinator Elaine Stout and Vice President Beverly Richardson (seated).

The donation endows an annual $5,000 scholarship for a student interested in working with people with HIV/AIDS, and will be applied to tuition costs for the selected student's continuing education at a four-year college.

Those involved in supporting the scholarship effort, from left, include Jill Rednor Tannenbaum (sister of Rick), William R. Ulmer, Beverly Rednor (mother of Rick), Rick Considine, Ketti Okean, Marion Wells and Andy Conrad.

The application process will include an essay explaining the student's interest in working with people with HIV/AIDS in their future career, in fields such as the health professions, psychology and teaching. Applicants must live in Mercer County and have a minimum 3.0 grade point average.

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