Wednesday, July 28th, 2021

Bolding and Selvage win Chamber scholarships

Posted: Friday, May 22, 2020

Two students from Huntington North High School were each awarded a scholarship by the Huntington County Chamber of Commerce. The scholarships were awarded after both students were interviewed by members of the Chamber of Commerce. The scholarship winners include Corbin Bolding, left, and Sydney Selvage. Both students are seniors at Huntington North High School. Bolding and Selvage were both awarded $1,000 to further their studies at their chosen schools.

While attending high school, Bolding worked and is still employed at Quake Manufacturing Inc. as a CNC operator.

According to Brian Murray, instructor at the Huntington County Community Learning Center, “Corbin works hard every day in class and completes all of his assignments and projects on time. He has a consistent positive attitude and strives to set himself up for success post high school.” Murray went on to say, “Last year, Corbin participated in the SkillsUSA Precision Machine regional contest and will return to compete again this spring as a CNC Lathe Technician.”

Bolding plans to continue his training at Ivy Tech Community College where he will study Machine Tool Technology.

Sydney Selvage has been employed at Jimmy Johns since July 2018.

Michele Santa, Selvage’s teacher at HNHS said, “Sydney possesses a drive that allows her to achieve at a high academic level and has an authoritative way about her that allows everyone around her to succeed.” Santa also said, “Sydney is a hard worker, strives to get all of her work done on time and is an excellent communicator in both oral and written activities.”

Selvage will continue her education at Ball State University where she will study Radiology, and plans to become a Radiologic Technician/Technologist.