WTS - Maine 2022 High School Scholarships

The WTS-Maine 2022 High School Scholarship application window has closed. You can learn about the 2022 WTS-Maine scholarship recipients below. 

We will begin accepting applications for 2023 graduates in early 2023.

WTS - Maine 2022 High School Scholarship Recipients 

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Iris Hennin

Iris Hennin currently attends Morse High School and is looking to study Mathematics at Harvard University. She excelled academically and participated in cross country and track. She participated in the Student-Community Liaison Council and Olympia Snow Women’s Leadership Institute. In her scholarship application Iris relayed an observed appreciation for the work required to maintain roads in a rural state after growing up with her own family’s efforts to maintain gravel paths, trenches, and culverts on their property.

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Marcella Hesser

Marcella Hesser currently attends Cape Elizabeth High School and will study Environmental Engineering or Architecture at Northeastern University. She was outstanding academically and participated in cross country. She also attended the Portland Arts and Technology High School (PATHS) for carpentry and served as a counselor for the PATHS Career Camp. In her scholarship application Marcella discussed the connection between transportation, equity, and climate change, and that investments in public transportation and renewable energy can increase conservation efforts and close economic gaps.

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Eve Martineau

Eve Martineau currently attends Leavitt Area High School and will pursue Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Eve excelled academically and participated in field hockey, ice hockey, and dance. She participated in the Olympia Snow Women’s Leadership Institute and University of Maine Consider Engineering Program. In her scholarship application Eve noted the ways in which transportation connects the world and that clean and efficient transportation modes are needed to combat environmental impacts.

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Delaney Ennis

Delaney Ennis currently attends Leavitt Area High School and will study International Business and Logistics at Maine Maritime Academy. Delaney was outstanding academically and participated in basketball and soccer and worked at several local businesses. In her scholarship application Delaney connected her interest in international business and logistics with the need for efficient modes of transportation.