Nissan has announced the inaugural recipients of the Nissan Titans of Tomorrow Scholarship, awarding $2,500 grants to 10 Mississippi college students. The 2016 winners and their chosen universities are:
The new scholarship program is offered to dependent sons and daughters of full-time Nissan employees who work at the company’s vehicle assembly operations in Canton, Mississippi. The funds can be applied to tuition, fees, books, supplies and equipment required for the course load.
“Nissan is committed to encouraging and empowering students to learn,” said Steve Marsh, vice president of Nissan’s Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant. “We are proud of these talented scholarship recipients and excited to play a role in their continuing education.”