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Junior at Lindenwood Wins HRA Scholarship

Lauren Doyle, a junior at Lindenwood University, recently won first place in a scholarship contest sponsored by the National Human Resource Association. Her awards included a $1,000 check, a full year of paid meeting dues, and an honorary plaque.

Entrants from the St. Louis Area with a minimum GPA of 3.5 were required to submit an essay detailing why they had selected Human Resources as a major, as well as their plans for working in the field upon graduation. Civic involvement and letters of recommendation also were considered.

Doyle is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management at Lindenwood University. She plans to seek employment experience before pursuing a master’s degree in Health Administration.

The National Human Resources Association is a network of affiliates across the United States dedicated to the development of human resource professionals throughout their careers.

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