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Bryce Dixon, who graduated with the Brownsburg High School class of 2019, entered the Next Indiana scholarship contest in 2018 and won $1,500 for college.
Dixon will attend Indiana University. He plans to study finance and accounting, with a complementary minor in Spanish.
To prepare for college, Dixon said he took many AP classes in high school to become accustomed to the workload of college classes. He ran with his high school track team, played percussion in marching and jazz bands, and spent many hours with DECA, a business club for high school and college students.
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2019 GRAD Scholarship winner Allison Crick double majored in accounting and marketing at Indiana State University, where she was a President’s Scholar in the Networks Professional Development Program.
While at ISU, she interned at The Cricket Box Furniture Store, LWH Accounting Firm, and Charles Schwab. As a research assistant, she had her first accepted publication with the Journal of Selling and empirical research in progress.
In 2019, Allison will begin an internship at KAR Auction Services as part of the Xtern Program in Indianapolis and return to ISU in the fall for the MBA Program as a Graduate Assistant. She plans to go on to pursue her Ph.D. to become a business professor.
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