Utah High School Students Receive Scholarship Awards from Jiffy Lube
The Jiffy Lube "What Drives You?" Scholarship Program Awards 6 Scholarships to Drivers Ed Students and Teen Drivers Statewide
By: Jiffy Lube
Emily Langie of Hillcrest High School is the overall scholarship recipient in the Teen Driver category and will receive a $6,500 scholarship award on behalf of Jiffy Lube. Matthew Juarez of Ogden High School and Natasha Vanfleet of East High will be awarded $1,500 as finalists in the Teen Driver category, which includes all high school students of driving age.
In the Driver's Ed student category, Nayra Green of West High School is the overall scholarship recipient and will receive a $6,500 scholarship award on behalf of Jiffy Lube. Makayla Rands of Dixie High School and Jack Miller of Bountiful High School will be awarded $1,500 as finalists in the Driver's Ed category.
Since 2004, Jiffy Lube has awarded more than $192,000 in scholarships to 88 Utah high school students.
Students are asked to submit a 500-word essay detailing what drives them now, as an opportunity to express their inner drive and ambitions. Finalists are selected based on their essay submission. Finalists are then required to submit a short 1-2 minute video that expands on the essay they submitted and then the overall winner is selected.
The scholarships are open to all students currently enrolled in high school regardless of test scores or grades.
Scholarship money will go directly towards secondary education, in the form of college or other qualified technical or professional program chosen by each winning student.
If you are the parent of a teen driver or a student enrolled in Driver's Ed and would like more information about this scholarship program for the 2019-2020 school year, talk with your child's teacher, high school counselor or visit www.jiffylubeutah.com