Conemaugh School of Nursing E.MAP Scholarship Recipients

June 2, 2017

Congratulations to the recent recipients of the Employers Medical Access Partnership (E.MAP) presented to students enrolled in the Conemaugh School of Nursing and Allied Health programs at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center. E.MAP rewards scholarships to worthy candidates who are pursuing careers in the medical field. The E.MAP / Conemaugh Health System Critical Skills Scholarship Fund was created to encourage area students to receive their medical education locally. E.MAP hopes that along with their local education, students will then choose to practice in the area, to serve the community in their chosen healthcare profession.

Sierra Buchan from Windber, PA decided she wanted to pursue a career with person-to-person interaction and community involvement. She is the Conemaugh School of Nursing Senior Class President and secretary of Conemaugh’s School of Nursing chapter of SNAP, a nursing association. She is a member of the curriculum committee and student activity committee. She will join Conemaugh’s ICU staff as an intern after graduation.

Paul Hutzell from Salisbury, PA is pursuing his dream of becoming a Registered Nurse. After graduation, he aspires to pursue his master’s degree in nursing and become a Diabetes Educator.

Maria Martin from Johnstown, PA joined Conemaugh School of Nursing after working at the Bethlen Skilled Nursing Home in Ligonier, which inspired her profession in medicine. After graduation, Maria hopes to pursue a career in an ICU setting.

Trey Moss from South Fork, PA works as a part-time Nursing Assistant on the Ortho / Surgical / Trauma unit at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center. He is the proud father of two young daughters, Morgan and Madison.

Elaine Schreiber from Everett, PA decided to pursue a career in nursing after caring for an ill family member. She has been recognized as a Student of the Month and has been placed on the honors list for her academic achievements. She loves spending time with her husband, children, grandchildren, and horses.

Photo first row (L-R): Trey Moss, Maria Martin, Sierra Buchan, Elaine Schreiber, and Paul Hutzell; Second Row (L-R): David Straight, E.MAP Board Member and President, Benefits Network; Jack Babich, President, E.MAP; Jodie Babich, RN Practitioner, Nursing Education, Sue Mann, President, 1889 Foundation;Dr. Lisa Devineni, Director, School of Nursing and Education Programs; and James Ahacic, Associate Director, School of Nursing and Education Programs.