Buhl Regional Health Foundation Awards $29,000 to Students Pursuing Health Related Fields

Buhl Regional Health Foundation (BRHF) is pleased to announce that we have recently awarded $29,000 in scholarships to 13 students pursuing careers in health-related fields. BRHF believes that by supporting students in the health care profession, it will enable them to grow and develop skills that will contribute to the overall health and well-being of our community.

Congratulations to the following 2021 BRHF Scholarship Award Recipients:

  • Bailey Hartle, Sharon Regional School of Nursing
  • Sierra Jones, Sharon Regional School of Nursing
  • Racheal Sifford, Sharon Regional School of Nursing
  • Dana Bielobockey, Exercise Science/Pre-Physical Therapy, Slippery Rock University
  • Helayna Bradac, Nursing, Gannon University
  • Mackenzie Calvin, Pre-Medicine/Neuroscience, Mercyhurst University
  • Natalie DeVincentis, Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Youngstown State University
  • Grace Eucker, Pre-Nursing, Youngstown State University
  • Jillan Greenburg, PA School, Slippery Rock University
  • Seth Higbee, Psychology, BC3 Butler Community College
  • Gianna Labbiento, Biology, Miami University of Ohio
  • Gianna Merlo, Pre-Med/Biology, John Carroll University
  • Callia Paolucci, Biology/Nursing, Kent State University

The scholarship funding is available to high school students who reside in the Foundation’s service area and are pursuing a bachelor’s degree or higher in a health-related field, or students pursuing a R.N. at the Sharon Regional School of Nursing. The BRHF will accept applications for the next scholarship cycle in Spring 2022. For more information on the scholarship program and criteria, please visit www.buhlregionalhealthfoundation.org/scholarships.

The mission of the BRHF is to identify and address the diverse health care needs of the greater Sharon regional area.  The primary service area includes Clark, Farrell, Greenville, Mercer, Hermitage, Sharon, Sharpsville, Transfer, West Middlesex, and Wheatland in Pennsylvania and Brookfield, Hubbard, and Masury in Ohio.  The secondary service area consists of parts of Eastern Ohio, Northern/Eastern Mercer County, and Northern Lawrence County.  More details about service areas and eligibility guidelines are listed on the BRHF website. Questions may be directed to info@buhlrhf.org