Amber Earlywine Receives Anderson County ASAP Scholarship

Amber Earlywine and Nancy Rueger

Amber Earlywine and Nancy Rueger

This past Tuesday, during the monthly Anderson County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy meeting, former Anderson County High School student, Amber Earlywine, received a college scholarship from the board.  Amber, who graduated ACHS this year, participated in the gifted and talented program at the high school and was also a member of the National Honors Society as well as a member of the varsity dance team.

Her $500 scholarship will be going to help pay for her studies at Berea College, where she will start attending this summer as part of their summer program.  The scholarship, which is part of the Overcomer Award Scholarship program from the Anderson County ASAP Board, will be added to a number of other scholarships that she received.  “I’m just really grateful for this opportunity,” Amber said to the board.

Amber is planning to study pre-pharmacy and hopes to receive her pharmacist license by 2022.  She plans to work as a hospital pharmacist while also conducting research in pharmaceutical studies.

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