Mid-Maine Chamber announces Ezhaya scholarship winner

Hannah Robinson

Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce announces the 2023 Joseph B. Ezhaya scholarship winner.

Hannah Robinson, of Pittsfield, was selected as the scholarship recipient from a field of applicants.

Hannah is one of the top students in her class at Maine Central Institute (MCI) and was chosen as Salutatorian for the class of 2023. She will present the welcoming speech at graduation.

At the point of graduation time, along with her regular classes, she will have completed four honors, one AP and six college courses. She is a member of the National Honor Society and has received the Maine Principal’s Award as well as multiple Certificates of Merit and other academic awards.

Hannah played on her school’s field hockey, basketball, and softball teams throughout her four years at MCI, serving as captain for all three sports in her senior year. Through her school’s Key Club and National Honor Society, she found many ways to give back to her community. She has also worked at various youth athletic clinics and plans to stay active in community service throughout her college years.

Hannah will attend the University of Maine at Orono in the fall, majoring in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She is entering the field of Speech Language Pathology so she can work with children, a passion she discovered while enrolled in the Early Childhood program at Maine Central Institute’s Technical and Career Center.


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