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Senior candystripers receive financial help for university

Going places: Pictured from left to right are Davida Simons, HAB president, Jane Wright, HAB assistant manager, Marley Todd, G’Zai Dyer, Gabriella Medeiros, and Nancy Oughton HAB general manager.

Student hospital volunteers planning to go to university to pursue careers in health have received a financial boost from the Hospitals Auxiliary of Bermuda.

The HAB has presented scholarships to senior candystriper volunteers who are going to university in the next academic year.

A BHB spokeswoman said: “This year, we are proud to present three awards totalling $10,000 to the following students - Gabriella Medeiros ($4,000), G’Zai Dyer ($3,000) and Marley Todd ($3,000).

“Gabriella will be attending McGill University, Canada pursuing her goal of becoming a doctor.

“G’Zai will be attending the University of Southampton, UK pursuing nursing, specialising in adult and mental health.

“Marley will be attending The University of Arizona with a career goal of becoming a psychologist.“

The spokeswoman added: “We wish them all much success in their future endeavours.”

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Published July 28, 2021 at 7:56 am (Updated July 28, 2021 at 7:46 am)

Senior candystripers receive financial help for university

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