Generations Federal Credit Union Announces 2016 Future Leader Scholarship Recipients

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Ten students to receive $1,000 scholarships

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The Generations Federal Credit Union Future Leader Scholarship is designed to recognize students whose activities better the community.

Generations Federal Credit Union has announced the ten winners of its 2016 Future Leader Scholarship program. Each of the recipients from across the community will receive $1,000 for tuition and education-related expenses for their higher education pursuits.

The 2016 Future Leader Scholarship recipients are: Nathaniel O’Neill (Antonian College Preparatory High School), Analisa Jimenez (University of Texas at Austin), Kelsey Torres (University of the Incarnate Word), Jessica Quintero (Texas State University), Lauren Beatty (Antonian College Preparatory High School), Jasmine Medrano (Our Lady of the Lake University), Megan Ozuniga (University of Northern Iowa), Christopher Botello (John Jay Science and Engineering Academy), Ricardo Tamez (Alamo Heights High School), and Brandon Franco (John Jay High School).

The Generations Federal Credit Union Future Leader Scholarship is designed to recognize students whose activities, whether in-school or extracurricular, better the community and citizenship of San Antonio and its surrounding areas.

“For more 75 years, Generations has had a strong history of giving back to our community. The Future Leader Scholarship program allows us to support students who, through their education and talents, will continue this tradition of service and dedication to our community,” said Steve Schipull, CEO of Generations FCU. “These students are a great testament to the kind of leaders we can expect to guide our community to a bright future.”

This is the eighth year Generations FCU has awarded Future Leader Scholarships. Applicants can be graduating high school seniors, current undergraduate students, doctoral, post-doctoral, and/or continuing education trade school and vocational students. The scholarships may be used for any educational or educational-related expenses the student may incur. For more information, visit


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