Maps Education Branches 2017 Published June 9, 2017 Maps is excited to announce that the 22nd class of students from our High School Education branches, will be graduating from the program this Spring. This program launched in 1995 by our Director of Education Partnerships, Cori Frauendiener, which has been growing ever since. The High School Branch program is set up in a classroom setting for students to learn financial education and a professional skill set. Our education branches are in West Salem High, McKay High, and North Salem High. Students in this program have a unique opportunity to not only work as a student teller within their school but also as an intern at one of our 10 branches or Administrative building. You can learn more about this program specifically, here. (link to blog post: https://www.mapscu.com/maps-blog/december-2015/20-years-of-priceless-lessons) We are extremely proud of our students that have not only excelled in this program but also in their high school career. Maps has awarded our annual college scholarships to the graduating class of 2017, 5 of these students participated in the High School Education Branch program as well. Help us congratulate this year’s scholarship winners here. Graduating McKay High Seniors: Shayla Tran: 2017 Outstanding Senior and Maps Business Scholarship Winner Adrian Toro Omar Corona Ramos Joaquin Cervantes Angelo Giron-Castillo Diego Paniagua Jordan Hurtado Sergio Gonzalez Orozco: Earl Littrell Scholarship Winner Graduating West Salem High Seniors: Hunter Schiess: 2017 Outstanding Seniors and Earl Littrell Scholarship Winner Micah Masei Natalia Villalobos Diego Navas Ruano Jacob Chase: Earl Littrell and Dan Penn Scholarship Winner Chris Feth Whitney Anderson Greg Hill Jared Oliver: Maps Business Partner and Dan Penn Scholarship Winner Dakota Story Jahiro Perez Arellano Maps would like to encourage this year’s graduating class to keep reaching for their goals and continuing to make a positive impact in our community!