Pontiac grad receives scholarship
Cypress Creek Renewables has announced that Logan Brummel, a graduating senior at Pontiac Township High School, was selected to receive the company’s Energizing Tomorrow’s Leaders Scholarship award.
Brummel was awarded a $1,000, one-time scholarship to use for tuition, housing, or books and materials needed for his program of study. As part of the application process, he was asked to submit a short video responding to the question “How does renewable energy affect your future?”
“We were delighted to read the applications and watch the creative videos submitted by the talented high school seniors from this year’s Energizing Tomorrow’s Leaders program, including Logan Brummel from Livingston County,” said Sarah Slusser, CEO of Cypress Creek. “It’s exciting to think about what Logan and the rest of these ambitious students will accomplish in the future, and we wish them success.”
The Energizing Tomorrow’s Leaders scholarship program was created by Cypress Creek Renewables to positively impact young people in the communities where it develops and operates renewable energy projects. It’s also intended to encourage students to consider careers in renewable energy or STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math).
This year, 34 students across the nation were selected for the scholarship program. All of the scholarship awardees’ video submissions are viewable at ccrenew.com/scholarships.