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Chevron Phillips Chemical announces 2022 dependents’ scholarship awards

Dependent Scholarships

Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP (CPChem) today announced it has selected 39 recipients for its 2022 dependent scholarships. The company offers employees’ dependents annual scholarships to pursue higher education. Since inception, the program has awarded more than $3.8 million in scholarships and served 668 students.

 “As part of our vision to be the employer and neighbor of choice across the communities where we operate, it is an honor reward student achievement,” said Erica Miller, Corporate Communications Manager. “We are proud to support these exceptional scholars in the next step of their academic journey.”

During the competitive selection process, the academic records of eligible students undergo thorough, third-party vetting and assessment of leadership skills and participation in school and community activities. 

CPChem congratulates the following scholarship recipients, noted here with their college choice:

Marshall Allen, Lee College
Hannah Bekkmo, Montana State University
Timothy Broussard, University of Texas at Austin
Gentry Busch, Prairie View A&M University
Giselle Cantu, Lamar University
 Sophia Cardenas, Lee College
Alyssa Cox, University of Texas at Tyler
David Dodson, University of Texas at San Antonio
Ainsley Gill, Vanderbilt University
Megan Golding, Baylor University
Isaac Graham, Texas A&M University
Stephanie Green, UT Health Science Center at Houston
Divya Gupta, Texas A&M University
Hallie Harris, University of St. Augustine
Zachary Hayes, San Jacinto Community College South
Varsha Iyer, University of Texas at Austin
Zane Johnson, University of Texas at Austin
Christian Rylee Jones, Lamar University
Claudia Kyle, Blinn College
Kiara Lozano, Prairie View A&M University
Jenna Marlow, Indian Hills Community College
Brooklynn Mayo, Brazosport College
Bryce Miller, Texas A&M University
Sonia Nihalani, Indiana University
Margaret Orscheln, Texas A&M University
Elijah Phillips, University of Texas at Austin
Mary Claire Ristroph, Purdue University
Fabian Rivera, Amarillo College
Emilee Rodriguez, Texas Tech University
Kelsey Rook, Indian Hills Community College
Dalia Sifuentes, University of St. Thomas
Sebastian Stoneham, Lehigh University
Katherine Tiedtke, University of Texas at Austin
Joseph Timmons, Texas Tech University
Tristen Trowbridge, University of Oklahoma
Hunter Vinson, Lamar University
McKenna Walter, Texas A&M University
Lauren Woods, Texas A&M University
Liam Zukiwsky, Lone Star College Montgomery