June 25, 2015–The Southeast Georgia Health System Auxiliaries recently
announced $1,000 scholarship awards to six graduating seniors who have
served as Volunteens at the Health System.
Volunteen scholarship recipients include Subhi Al-Jabi, Taylor Lyon and
Maggie Tyre, all of Brunswick as well as Emily Bohner, Sarah Burch and
Benjamin Siclare of Camden County. The Volunteens were presented with
their scholarships during award presentations at Glynn Academy on May
17 and Camden County High School on May 19, and were then recognized during
the Auxiliary quarterly luncheons in June.
Subhi Al-Jabi, a Glynn Academy graduate, plans to attend classes at the
University of Georgia or Georgia Tech to study biology or biomedical engineering.
His goal is to become a medical doctor or biomedical engineer.
Emily Bohner, a Camden County High School graduate, will attend Florida
State University. Her course of study is biology/neuroscience with a pre-med
track in order to achieve her goal of becoming a neurosurgeon or orthopaedic surgeon.
Also a graduate of Camden County High School, Sarah Burch will attend
Georgia Institute of Technology to pursue a bachelor of science in biology.
She plans to become a physician.
Taylor Lyon, a Glynn Academy graduate, will attend Georgia College and
State University to study nursing. Her goal is to become a nurse anesthetist.
Benjamin Siclare, a graduate of Camden County High School, will attend
University of Georgia to study biochemistry and premed. His goal is to
become a physician with an emphasis on research and global health care.
Maggie Tyre, a Glynn Academy graduate, also plans to attend University
of Georgia with a focus on animal science in order to pursue a veterinary career.
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
Brunswick and Camden campuses.
To find out more about volunteering, contact Kristin Doll, director, Volunteer
Services, at 912-466-1071 or visit