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Congrats to the Recipients of the 2018 ZOLL EMT Scholarship!

Terry Kehoe | Jul 12, 2018

We recently announced the 12 recipients of the 2018 ZOLL EMT Scholarship Program. Each year, we award medical education grants to qualifying caregivers who demonstrate a career commitment to the profession in order to support the education of EMTs working toward their paramedic certification.

 

This Year’s Winners

“These individuals have demonstrated their commitment and passion for the field of emergency medicine,” said Elijah A. White, Vice President of Marketing, ZOLL Resuscitation. “With support from this scholarship program, they will advance their lifesaving skills and continue to make their communities safer places.”

Recipients of this year’s ZOLL EMT Scholarship Program are:

  • Leslie Every-Brasol, Volusia County EMS, Florida
  • Rebecca Harrell, Horry County Fire Rescue, South Carolina
  • Brad Lieberman, Fair Lawn Volunteer Ambulance Corps, New York
  • Amanda Loreti, Waynesboro First Aid Crew, Virginia
  • Jeremy McElroy, Navy Region Mid Atlantic Fire and Emergency Services, Virginia
  • Marc Ryan, Milford Ambulance Service, New Hampshire
  • Lauren Scull, American Medical Response, Montana
  • Krista Sierra, Lanoka Harbor EMS, New Jersey
  • Matthew Stevens, Rutherford County Fire Department, Tennessee
  • Robert Soncini, Community Ambulance, Nevada
  • Stacie Vandeweerd, TECHS Inc., Kansas
  • Tonja Vogt, Temple EMS, Texas

 

About the ZOLL EMT Scholarships

All scholarships are reviewed and award decisions are made by an independent committee composed of non-ZOLL personnel. ZOLL representatives do not attend meetings where award determinations are made and have no influence in the selection process.

Applications for the 2019 ZOLL EMT Scholarship Program will open in January. For more information, visit www.zoll.com/emtscholarship.

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