Story by Bryen Glass
The Randallstown NAACP and the McDonald's Restaurant in New Town Owings Mills have partnered to offer a college scholarship for a graduating New Town High School student. The latest data from U.S. News & World Report states that New Town High School has student body of 1,214 with total minority enrollment of 99%, and 53% economically disadvantaged students.
According to the Randallstown NAACP press release:
"Randallstown NAACP starts another scholarship with the help of the McDonalds in New Town Owings Mills. New Town Owings Mills, MD -President Ryan Coleman released the following statement on the new scholarship. “Applying for scholarships can take some of that financial burden off students’ shoulders. It can also allow them to focus on their studies, enjoy student life and develop relationships with their friends and colleagues, providing them with more freedom in managing their time. It also gives them confidence that the community is supporting them. I wanted to thank Mr. Scott Rardin, Owner, The Rardin Company. They are the franchise owners of the Mcdonalds in New Town. They are funding half of the scholarship, and the Randallstown NAACP is matching their donation. This scholarship will be for a senior at New Town High School. It's important that we all step up and show our commitment to our students."
Click the link below to apply for the scholarship.
For more information, please contact Ryan Colem at email@example.com.
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