Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union Presents Chattanooga State With $10K Scholarship

Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Shown are Suzanne Harris, coordinator, College Advancement; Karen Hannifin, Business Development manager TVFCU; Todd Fortner, president and CEO, TVFCU; Dr. Flors Tydings, president, Chattanooga State; and Tammy Zumbrun, Community Relations specialist, TVFCU.
Shown are Suzanne Harris, coordinator, College Advancement; Karen Hannifin, Business Development manager TVFCU; Todd Fortner, president and CEO, TVFCU; Dr. Flors Tydings, president, Chattanooga State; and Tammy Zumbrun, Community Relations specialist, TVFCU.

Over the next five years, students at Chattanooga State Community College will have the opportunity to apply for a newly-created $10,000 scholarship thanks to Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union (TVFCU).

“The Chattanooga State Foundation will present a $2,000 scholarship to an eligible student, each year for five years, on behalf of TVFCU,” said Director of College Advancement Tammy Sawyers.

Chattanooga State maintains strong ties to schools within the TVFCU service area to ensure that all students have an opportunity to apply for the TVFCU scholarship.

“Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union is a community credit union committed to enhancing the lives of those we serve. Chattanooga State is a community college striving to empower and enrich lives through lifelong learning. We both desire to see this community grow and thrive and by working together, we can help make this happen. TVFCU recognizes the importance of a good education and desires to do our part to ensure that young people have the opportunity to pursue their dreams,” shares Todd Fortner, President and CEO, TVFCU.

For more information about establishing a scholarship, please contact Tammy Sawyers, director, College Advancement, at 423 697-3359 or email tammy.sawyers@chattanoogastate.edu


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