Access scholarship in sports medicine and orthopedics
EXETER – Access Sports Medicine & Orthopedics has announced that Raymond High School 2021 graduate Anya Cunningham is the recipient of the 2021 ‘Access to Education’ Student Athlete Scholarship. Cunningham was chosen from four applicants and will receive a scholarship of $ 3,000.
“It immediately dawned on us that Anya is the kind of person who always tries to improve herself and help others along the way. Her passion to help and care for others also shines through in her candidacy. prepared for future success by gaining experience through a variety of activities, including internship at Exeter Hospital in the day surgery unit, volunteering at the regional hospital from Portsmouth, complete an LNA course to become a Licensed Practical Nurse, as well as complete a two-year health science course at Seacoast School of Technology. The focus and dedication that Anya has shown in undertaking these additional activities while excelling in as a full-time high school student and athlete in three sports has truly impressed us. His dedication and desire to succeed resonates deeply, “said Access Sports Medicine & Orthopedics said.
“We are delighted to have chosen Anya as the recipient of our Access to Education Student Athlete Scholarship this year,” said A. David Davis, MD. “Her work ethic is evident in the steps she has taken throughout her high school career to achieve her short and long term career goals. An ethic that will lead her to achieve the successes she seeks to achieve in her life, starting with her college studies at Merrimack College. We wish him good luck in this next chapter of his journey.
At Raymond High School, Cunningham was a multisport athlete, participating in soccer, track and field and gymnastics. She was captain of the soccer and track teams. This fall, Cunningham will continue his athletic career as a Division I athlete, throwing the javelin for the Merrimack College track team. Through athletics, she learned a variety of life skills including time management and planning, how to win gracefully, but also how to fail and learn from mistakes. She also discovered how to break down goals into small, achievable steps, all of the skills needed to successfully enter the workforce and into life.
Cunningham will be attending Merrimack College in the fall as part of her nursing program. Her goal is to become a nurse in labor and delivery after completing her studies.
The $ 3,000 Access to Education Scholarship Program was created to recognize the efforts of a lucky student-athlete who demonstrates five key characteristics: discipline, passion, positivity, determination and resilience – on and off the court.
For more information on the Access to Education and / or Access Sports Medicine & Orthopedics scholarship, call (603) 775-7575 or visit www.accesssportsmed.com.