Robroy Enclosures, a subsidiary of Robroy Industries and a long-time supporter of the local Belding community, recently presented a high school graduate with the company's SHIELD Scholarship.
“During Robroy Industries' 2005 Centennial Celebration, we began the tradition of recognizing a student in the Belding graduating class,” stated Jeff Seagle, president, Robroy Enclosures. “Our associates look for individuals that have excelled in all areas of life, especially those who are driven to succeed and be of service and support to those around them, representing core values we employ every day.”
To apply for the scholarship, applicants write a short essay on a topical subject, typically related to safety and the well being of fellow associates. It is then reviewed by associates at Robroy Enclosures. This year, they were asked to write on the dangers of “driving and texting.”
Summer Eubank, Robroy Enclosures 2017 SHIELD scholarship recipient, is going into the medical field and will be attending the University of Michigan. She is a member of the National Honor Society, is Senior Class President, and participates in basketball, volleyball and track. As one of her supporters noted, “These amazing achievements paints a small part of her overall portrait. She is one of the kindest and most considerate students I have encountered. She is a leader, a thinker, and always brings positive energy to every situation.”
Photo Caption: Jeff Seagle, President, Robroy Enclosures presented the 2017 $3000 annual SHIELD scholarship award to Summer Eubank, a Belding High School graduate.
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