2022 NILE Scholarship Winners Announcement | Winners

The NILE Foundation proudly announces the scholarship winners for the 2022-2023 academic year.

Five one-time scholarships in the amount of $1,000 were awarded to the following high school seniors:

  • Hannah Adams is the daughter of Gary & Holly Adams of Billings. She is currently a student at Laurel High School, where she will graduate in May. Hannah plans to attend Montana State University – Billings to study nursing with a proposed career as a pediatric nurse.
  • Haylee Adams will be attending Montana State University – Billings where she plans to study nursing. Haylee’s future plans include achieving her goal of becoming a traveling nurse. In May, Haylee will be graduating from Laurel High School. Haylee is the daughter of Gary and Holly Adams of Billings.
  • Mackenzie Serrano plans to attend Montana State University in Bozeman, where she plans to study animal science and agricultural education. Her future plans include becoming an agricultural education teacher and FFA counselor. Recently, Mackenzie was selected to serve as the 2022-2023 Montana State FFA Reporter. Mackenzie is the daughter of Jason and Brenda Serrano of Roundup.
  • Hayley Stahl soon graduated from Winnett High School. She is the daughter of Toby and Nannette Stahl of Roundup. Hayley plans to attend Sheridan College to study agricultural business in hopes of becoming a farm or ranch manager by returning to the family operation or buying her own operation after college.

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Two high school graduates received scholarships in the amount of $1,000 per year for a maximum of four years. They are:

  • Brighton Alley is soon to graduate from Huntley Project High School. She is the daughter of Matthew and Jamie Lane of Huntley. Brighton plans to take a year off to devote a year of service to the Montana FFA Association. Brighton has been selected to serve as the 2022-23 Montana State FFA President. Her plan after her year of service is to study agricultural communication and animal science with the intention of becoming an agricultural lawyer.
  • Raegan Nansel is the daughter of Jay & Gayle Nansel of Billings. In May, Raegan will graduate from Billings West High School. Raegan plans to study civil engineering at Montana State University in Bozeman, with the intention of working with the agricultural industry and focusing on the STEM program after college.
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