2020 Scholarship Winner – Carrie Hudson

Carrie Hudson, a graduate of Independence High School in Roseville, is one of 6 Placer County seniors to be awarded a $1000 scholarship for continuing education from Assistance League® of Greater Placer. Now living in Nashville with her family, Carrie will attend Nashville State Community College in the fall.
The Scholarship Zoom interviewers were impressed not only by Carrie’s academic achievements including an Academic Merit Award Gold Medal, but also by her commitment to education. “I’m a strong individual who has great motivation. I’m a good independent worker…and I never miss deadlines.”
Carrie plans to enroll in community college as an English major because she loves creative writing and hopes to become an author. At the same time, she is interested in website design and has enjoyed working at the SPCA. What do her teachers have to say?
~ Carrie is a “role model” with excellent “leadership and communication skills.”
~ “Her enthusiasm for learning…is contagious.”
~“Not only is she extremely bright and articulate but she has an optimistic personality and an innovative brain.”
We are confident she will excel at Nashville State Community College and we look forward to working with Carrie.