Resolution Copper Scholarship Recipients

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SUPERIOR — Continuing its efforts to create social and economic benefits for local communities, Resolution Copper announced that 10 local high school students recently were presented scholarships valued at nearly $30,000.

The students may use their scholarships to attend any college in Arizona.

This year’s recipients:

General Scholarship

• Caresa Shipley, Globe High School

• LeAnn Foxworth, Globe High School

• DeeAndra Russell, Globe High School

• Danielle Lopez, Superior High School (pictured above)

• Bailee Sexton, Miami High School

Leadership 

Scholarship

• LeAnn Foxworth, Globe High School

• Allison Martinez, Superior High School

 Rickus Scholarship

• Allison Martinez, Superior High School (pictured above)

Native American Scholarship

• Christine Talgo, San Carlos Secondary School

• Ryan Nelson, Blue Ridge High School

• Maria Walker, Alchesay High School

• Tia Griggs, Riverside Indian School

The scholarship program highlights Resolution Copper’s shared values to advance economic development in the areas where it does business and build stronger communities in Arizona. Over the past 15 years, the company has provided 146 scholarships totaling more than $600,000 to area high school students. 

“We are happy to support these outstanding students on their journey to acquire an education that will make a difference in their lives and their families lives for generations,” said Andrew Lye, project director, Resolution Copper. “Education is critical to the future of our state, and I’m excited to see what these young people continue to achieve.”

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