2014 Scholarship Recipients

The Cincinnati Police Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the recipients of our 2014 Scholarship Program. Each year, the Cincinnati Police Federal Credit Union awards scholarships to High School seniors within our membership that display academic excellence and benefit their community through service projects. The scholarships provide $1,000 per year for four (4) consecutive years of university study.

The 2014 recipients are:

Gracie Carver-Dews
Gracie is a recipient of the Irvin Specht and Emily Argo Memorial Scholarship. She will be graduating from North College Hill High School and plans on attending Xavier University in the fall where she will be studying Computer Science. As a devoted athlete, Gracie has been highly involved in high school athletics, participating on the Varsity Basketball and Volleyball Teams, as well as Track and Field. Outside of school, Gracie is an active member of the Youth Program at her church where she participates in various community service activities to help people in need. She is also a member of the Student Leadership Team, National Society of High School Seniors, Girls Creating Change, and Girls on the Run.

Jacklyn Bode
Jacklyn is also a recipient of the Irvin Specht and Emily Argo Memorial Scholarship. She will be graduating from Anderson High School and plans to attend Ohio University in the fall where she will pursue a degree in Education. Jacklyn is highly involved in numerous activities such as National Honor Society, Peer Counseling, Key Club Service Organization, and won 1st Place in a school-wide chemistry competition. Jacklyn's dream is to work with children as a teacher for students in math or science.

Sarah Mayer
Sarah is the recipient of our NWLSD Scholarship program which benefits one senior from Colerain and Northwest High Schools. Sarah is a senior at Northwest High School and plans on attending the University of Cincinnati in the fall where she will be studying Finance. Sarah is an active member of Student Senate, U-Knighted Knights, Driving Angels and the Northwest Orchestra. She played on the Northwest Volleyball Team for 6 years, and took on the roll as Team Captain for one year. Sarah's most rewarding community involvement has been her experience with the Pleasant Run Farms Helping Hands cleanup, where she was able to help elderly members with various activities such as yard work, and chores around the house.

Congratulations to Gracie, Jacklyn and Sarah on their outstanding performance.

Learn more about the Irvin Specht & Emily Argo Memorial Scholarship.