St. George Chapter of BYU Management Society honors area graduates

L-R: Members of the St. George Chapter BYU Management Society and 3 of the 2021 scholarship recipients. Brian Tenney, Elwin Prince, Tyler Hall, Emily Ord, Sydney Clove, Noelle Sampson, David Ord, and Eric Hall.

ST. GEORGE The St. George Chapter of BYU Management Society recently honored seven area graduating high school seniors and one BYU student with cash scholarships to help them continue their education.

The scholarships were based on a weighted scale that included academic record, community service, written essay, need based, and extra curricular activities. Not all the recipients are headed to Brigham Young University, nor is it a requirement, as some will enroll at Dixie State University, Utah State University, and Southern Utah University.

Since 2011, the St. George Chapter has provided $71,000 in scholarships to graduating high school seniors and BYU Marriott School of Management students from Washington County.

The BYU Management Society is a premier organization for business professionals to network, develop their careers, serve their communities and support BYU and the Marriott School. The BYU Management Society is a unique global network, strongly committed to growing moral and ethical leadership around the world.

This worldwide network of business professionals has a shared vision of moral and ethical leadership and a common code of business conduct and integrity. Chapters worldwide focus on developing careers – updating and enhancing skills, networking – making connections between professional, serving the community – strengthening those around us, and supporting the Marriott School and BYU.

Those who received a 2021 scholarship were Alli Giles, Ashlin Sullivan, Brock Esplin, Emily Ord, Noelle Sampson, Seth Seegmiller, and Sydney Clove, along with Teisha Truman, a former Washington County student and current MAcc student attending BYU-Provo.

You can join the local St. George Chapter and discover the benefits the Management Society holds for you by going to or by contacting Eric Hall at [email protected] You do not have to be a graduate from Brigham Young University to join.

The $50 annual membership fee goes toward building the annual scholarship fund. The BYU Management Society holds an annual scholarship banquet, as well as luncheons throughout the year to help raise additional funds. Our 2021 Scholarship Fundraising Banquet will be held November 5 with Sister Patricia Holland as our Special Keynote speaker. If you would like to donate to the St. George Chapter BYU Management Society Scholarship Fund please contact Elwin Prince at [email protected] or Eric Hall at [email protected]

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