ST. GEORGE — A few local 2019 high school graduates received scholarships from the St. George chapter of the BYU Management Society.
McKay Clove, Brooke Sullivan, Heather Burr, Braden L. Esplin and Makaylee Esplin were all awarded $1000 for their education. The chapter also gave a $1,000 scholarship to current BYU student Kaden Ashcroft who is working on his Masters of Accounting degree.
About BYU Management Society
The BYU Management Society is a premier organization for business professionals to network, develop careers, serve communities and support BYU and the Marriott School. It is a unique, global organization committed to growing moral and ethical leadership throughout the world.
Members meet regularly to interact, attend seminars, and hold gala events such as charity golf tournaments and awards banquets. Speakers provide exposure to current events and topics in business and the community.
Established in 1977 by Merrill J. Bateman, former Marriott School dean, the society has grown into a global organization with nearly seventy chapters in twenty countries. Membership is not only open to all BYU alumni but also to all interested business professionals. Through the society members form lasting friendships and meaningful business relationships.
Growing moral and ethical leadership around the world and to extend the values and influence of moral and ethical leadership, the Marriott School and BYU through a premier organization for the development of management and business leaders.