April 30, 2010 – By acknowledging that opportunities for higher education affect the future of high school students, including students who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech disabled, Hamilton Relay, the telecommunications relay service provider for the state of Idaho, has awarded Corinne Kathleen Coleman of Boise, Idaho and student of Centennial High School, a $500 college scholarship.
Hamilton Relay offered the scholarship to 2010 graduating high school seniors who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech disabled within each of the states where they provide relay service. Hamilton takes pride in promoting education and outstanding leadership among members of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Communities across the country. "We are excited that we have the opportunity to contribute to furthering Corinne's education and wish her success in reaching her personal and professional goals," said Idaho Relay Outreach Coordinator, Russell Patterson.
Corinne was awarded the $500 Hamilton Scholarship after completing an application and writing an essay under the topic of communication technology. Corinne will be attending Brigham Young University in Provo this fall.
About Hamilton Relay
Hamilton Relay offers a variety of services including Telecommunications Relay Services, Captioned Telephone and Internet Relay services. Hamilton provides Telecommunications Relay and/or Captioned Telephone services to 16 states, the District of Columbia, the Island of Saipan and the Virgin Islands. More information is available at hamiltonrelay.com.