July 7, 2017–The Southeast Georgia Health System Camden Campus Auxiliary
recently presented $1,000 scholarship awards to three graduating seniors
who have served as Volunteens at the Health System and are planning to
pursue a degree in the health care field.
All graduates of Camden County High School, the scholarship winners are
Taylor Coffel of White Oak, Leah Register of Kingsland and Alyssa Truong
of St. Marys. The Volunteens received their scholarships during awards
presentations at their high school, and were also recognized at the Auxiliary’s
quarterly meeting in June.
Taylor Coffel plans to study biology (pre-med) at Georgia Southern University.
Her goal is to become a cardio/neurosurgeon.
Also planning to attend Georgia Southern University, Leah Register will
pursue a nursing degree to become a nurse practitioner specializing in
labor and delivery.
Aspiring to be a neuroscience physician or researcher, Alyssa Truong will
attend the University of Georgia to study biochemistry and molecular biology.
The Volunteen program is designed for teenagers, ages 14-18, who enjoy
helping others and desire to learn more about health care and volunteerism.
Graduating high school seniors who have served at least 20 hours of volunteer
service through the Volunteen program and plan to pursue careers in health
care were encouraged to apply for the Auxiliary scholarships offered at
the Brunswick and Camden campuses.
To learn more about volunteering, contact Kristin Doll, CAVS director,
Volunteer Services, at 912-466-1071 or visit our