<>pThe Southeast Georgia Health System Brunswick Campus Auxiliary
recently announced $1,000 scholarship awards to three graduating seniors
who have served as Volunteens at the Health System. The 2013 scholarship
recipients, Brianna Dozier, James Johnson, and Abby Tyre, were recognized
during the Auxiliary’s quarterly luncheon on Thursday, June 6, 2013.
Brianna Dozier, a GlynnAcademygraduate, began attending classes at College
of CoastalGeorgiain her junior year of high school. Her goal is to obtain
a master’s degree in nursing and to become a nurse practitioner.
A graduate of Brunswick High, James Johnson is also attending College
of CoastalGeorgia. His course of study is biological sciences with a goal
of becoming an anesthesiologist. Johnson’s parents, Larry and Regina,
also volunteer at the Health System.
Abby Tyre, also a graduate of GlynnAcademy, will attend the Honors Program
at Universityof Georgia. Her course of study will include finance and
law, with an ultimate goal to become a health care consultant.
The Volunteen program is for teenagers, ages 14-18, who enjoy helping
others and desire to learn more about health care and volunteerism. Volunteering
is a great way for students to explore health care careers as well as
earn the volunteer hours required for many college and scholarship applications.
Graduating high school seniors who have served at least 20 hours of volunteer
service through the Volunteen program and who will be pursuing careers
in health care may apply for the Auxiliary scholarships offered at the
To find out more about volunteering, contact Kristin Doll, director, Volunteer
Services, at 912-466-1071or visit