Natalie A. Rudisill and Benjamin M. Seibert were awarded $500 scholarships from Bulldog Federal Credit Union members, according to David Barrett, credit union president and chairman of the scholarship selection committee.
Both will graduate in June from Williamsport High School.
Rudisill, captain of the indoor and outdoor track teams, president of Students Against Destructive Decisions for two years and secretary of the National Honor Society, plans to attend University of Maryland, Baltimore County, where she will major in engineering with a concentration in mechanical engineering.
She is also active in student government, History Club and French Honor Society, and ranks sixth in her class with a 4.24 grade-point average. In her spare time, she enjoys playing guitar, running and painting.
Seibert, an Eagle Scout since 2010, is active in golf, basketball, student government, Students Against Destructive Decisions, National and French honor societies, and the Science National Honor Society.
He is ranked third in his class with a 4.37 GPA. Seibert will attend the University of Maryland, College Park, where he will major in civil and environmental engineering.
In his free time, Seibert enjoys fishing, hiking, camping and working on his vehicle.
He was named The Herald-Mail Co. Student of the Month, as well as WHAG’s Student Athlete of the Month.
Bulldog Federal Credit Union awards the scholarships each year to a male and female member who display high scholastic achievement and character, involvement in extracurricular and community activities, and financial need.
For more information, call 301-797-6318 or go to www.bdfcu.com.