The Hospital Auxiliary gives $20,000 to TCL scholarship | Technical College of the LowCountry

The Hospital Auxiliary gives $20,000 to TCL scholarship

August 01, 2019

Hospital Auxiliary 2019 Check PresentationPictured left to right: Jessica Bridges, Assistant Vice President for Corporate Relations, Technical College of the Lowcountry, Chris Corkern, Presenting Sponsor, The Hospital Auxiliary Golf Tournament, Vandy Amason, Interim Nursing Program Director, Technical College of the Lowcountry, Bob Elliott, Golf Tournament Director, The Hospital Auxiliary, Marge Sieban, Scholarship Committee Chair, The Hospital Auxiliary, Vicki Gorbett, Scholarship Committee, The Hospital Auxiliary.

 


Celebrating a 26-year giving history, The Hospital Auxiliary recently gave a generous donation to support scholarships for Technical College of the Lowcountry students pursuing degrees in Health Sciences.

At a July 22 presentation and recognition event, the Auxiliary presented a $20,000.00 check to the TCL Foundation.

The Auxiliary raises funds for scholarship through its annual fundraising golf tournament. This year, Tournament Gold-level Sponsors Coca Cola, Kroger, Hargray, Bezilla Kinney, Hilton Head Regional HealthCare, PGA Tour Superstore, ORFIKS and Hilton Head BMW dedicated their sponsorship funds to TCL Scholarship.

“The Auxiliary’s investment is well placed. It’s clear the Auxiliary understands the importance of encouraging students in the health sciences,” TCL President Dr. Richard Gough said.

Over more than 25 years, the Auxiliary has given TCL nearly $500,000 in health sciences scholarships to support students in Nursing, Radiologic Technology, Physical Therapy Assisting and Surgical Technology programs.

The Hospital Auxiliary and its volunteers have contributed thousands of hours in support of hospital and community needs and, among its many philanthropies, provides scholarships for students in the Lowcountry entering the healthcare field.

For more information about these and other TCL scholarships, please contact the TCL Foundation at 843.525.8214.

 

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The Technical College of the Lowcountry is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all qualified applicants for admissions or employment without regard to race, gender, national origin, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, disability, or political affiliation or belief.

 

 


Celebrating a 26-year giving history, The Hospital Auxiliary recently gave a generous donation to support scholarships for Technical College of the Lowcountry students pursuing degrees in Health Sciences.

At a July 22 presentation and recognition event, the Auxiliary presented a $20,000 check to the TCL Foundation.

The Auxiliary raises funds for scholarship through its annual fundraising golf tournament. This year, Tournament Gold-level Sponsors Coca Cola, Kroger, Hargray, Bezilla Kinney, Hilton Head Regional HealthCare, PGA Tour Superstore, ORFIKS and Hilton Head BMW dedicated their sponsorship funds to TCL Scholarship.

“The Auxiliary’s investment is well placed. It’s clear the Auxiliary understands the importance of encouraging students in the health sciences,” TCL President Dr. Richard Gough said.

For more than 25 years, the Auxiliary has given TCL nearly $500,000 in health sciences scholarships to support students in Nursing, Radiologic Technology, Physical Therapy Assisting and Surgical Technology programs.

The Hospital Auxiliary and its volunteers have contributed thousands of hours in support of hospital and community needs and, among its many philanthropies, provides scholarships for students in the Lowcountry entering the healthcare field.

For more information about these and other TCL scholarships, please contact the TCL Foundation at 843.525.8214.

 

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Statement of Non-Discrimination

The Technical College of the Lowcountry is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all qualified applicants for admissions or employment without regard to race, gender, national origin, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, disability, or political affiliation or belief.

 

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