Sharon Melton Myers Memorial Scholarship

Published: May 20, 2024
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The Sharon Melton Myers Memorial Fund and the McMinn County Vocational Center SkillsUSA Alumni Association awarded two SkillsUSA high school seniors in any pathway a one-time $1,000 scholarship to support further education in college or a technical school. Sharon Ruth Melton Myers was an active member of the McMinn County Vocational Center SkillsUSA chapter in Tennessee from 1985 through 1988. She served as a local officer in 1986 and 1987, Tennessee state secretary in 1986-87 and national president in 1987-88. Following graduation from McMinn High in 1988, Sharon continued as a tireless supporter of SkillsUSA,serving as a national officer trainer for several years. She was integral in establishing a Tennessee SkillsUSA Alumni charter and constitution while attending David Lipscomb College in Nashville. Sharon was dedicated to the ideals of SkillsUSA and its mission, and this scholarship continues to honor her memory and accomplishments. The 2024 Sharon Melton Myers Memorial Scholarship recipients are:

  • Stuart Robinson, Davie High School, N.C.
  • Giovanna Masson, Greater Lowell Technical High School, Mass.

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