High Foundation recently presented scholarship awards to Keller Dillman and Michael Rogers of Lancaster and Leah Campbell of Jersey Shore, Pennsylvania, children of co-workers of the High companies. The students have been awarded $20,000 scholarships, which provide $5,000 per year for four years.
Leah Campbell – daughter of Richard Campbell, Utility Operator with High Steel Structures (Williamsport Plant), who joined High in 1984. Leah graduated from Walnut Street Christian School where she participated in Soccer, Basketball, and Drama Club, and provided teacher service from grades 9 - 12. She was a member of her church youth group, served as a church nursery aide, and participated in children’s church all four years. Community service included raking leaves and providing cleaning services throughout her high school years. Leah plans to pursue a degree in Nursing from Waynesburg University.
Keller Dillman – son of Brad Dillman, Vice President of Engineering with High Steel Structures, who joined High in 2007. Keller graduated from Conestoga Valley High School where he participated in Lacrosse all four years and was a member of the National Honor Society as a Junior and Senior. Keller was a member of his church youth group throughout high school, and community service activities included Shop with a Buckskin, Mini-Thon, and CVCCS Rooted Program. He co-owned a lawn business throughout high school. Keller’s class rank is 11/353, and he plans to pursue a degree in History from University of Mary Washington.
Michael Rogers – son of Paul Rogers, Senior Analytics Developer with High Company LLC, who joined High in 2012. Michael graduated from Manheim Township High School where he participated in Soccer all four years, serving as team captain his Senior year. He participated in his church youth group throughout high school, was Student Leader of the Church Leadership Team in grades 10 – 12, and was Treasurer of Operation Smile Club in grades 10 – 12. Michael plans to pursue a degree in Engineering from Geneva College.
High Foundation is a non-profit organization that was established by members of the High Family. The Foundation’s overall mission is to give back to the community by providing support to non-profit organizations in communities in which the High® companies do business, and assist High co-workers in meeting the costs of college education for their children through the High Foundation Scholarship Program.
L-R: Leah Campbell, Michael Rogers, Keller Dillman