During these uncertain times COMTO Jacksonville is still doing some great things in the community. Although we were unable to host our annual Bowl a Thon, the Jacksonville Chapter kept its promise of awarding scholarships to (4) deserving students. Please continue to support the Chapter so we can continue to support the community.
Bethany Wright- $1000.00 Recipient
Bethany is a US Navy Veteran who specialized in Airborne Mine Countermeasures as a Quality Assurance Representative. She is currently studying for her Bachelor’s Degree in Transportation and Logistics at Keiser University and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa, Delta Mu Delta and the Keiser University Propeller Club.
Nevaeh Sapp- $1000.00 Recipient
Nevaeh is a senior at First Coast High School. She will be attending Florida A & M University where she will study nursing. Her goal is to pursue a career as a traveling nurse practitioner.
Jalen Chance- $500.00 Recipient
Jalen will be a sophomore this fall and is a student athlete at the University of Florida, majoring is Humanities. Due to COVID-19, he is currently living at home with his mother and two sisters. His hobbies are art, music, and editing videos.
Jada Cummings- $500.00 Recipient
Lee High School alumnus, this fall, Jada will be a sophomore at Jacksonville University. Her major is cyber security. Jada is a member of the non-profit, Groundwork of Jacksonville where she has completed over 100 hours of community service.
On behalf of the COMTO Jacksonville Executive Board, Members, Sponsors and Supporters, we congratulate each scholarship recipient and wish you much success on your college journeys!