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Energy Generation Operations student receives $3,000 scholarship

  • Brady Cromer and Trevor Chaney
    Trevor Chaney, left, received the $3,000 RMEL scholarship last year. Brady Cromer, right, is this year's recipient.

Brady Cromer, a fourth-quarter student in Southeast Community College's Energy Generation Operations program, has received a $3,000 merit-based scholarship from the Rocky Mountain Electrical League. The RMEL Foundation's purpose is exclusively to promote careers in the electrical energy industry, especially students. Cromer, a graduate of Falls City Sacred Heart High School, will use the money to help pay for tuition and/or other fees as he progresses through the program.

Persons wanting more information about SCC's Energy Generation Operations program are asked to contact John Pierce, program chair, at 402-761-8394 or


For more information contact:
Stu Osterthun
Administrative Director of Public Information and Marketing