January 13th, 2014 | Williams Comfort Air to award 15 scholarships to ExtraordinAIRy high school seniors

Scholarships can change a future… and so can YOU!

Williams Comfort Air and Mr. Plumber are excited to once again present a scholarship opportunity to Central Indiana seniors. Fifteen (15) one-time scholarships totaling $15,000 will be awarded to high school seniors who are seen as ExtraordinAIRy Treasures to our future. These students will have demonstrated ExtraordinAIRy life skills such as community service, overcoming obstacles, leadership activities and family commitment. Students from Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Madison, Marion, Morgan and Shelby counties who will enroll in a university, community college or vocational/trade school upon graduation can be nominated. There are no requirements for GPA or career choice.

Fifteen $1,000 scholarships will be awarded based on an essay submitted by anyone, such as a parent, teacher, counselor, neighbor, friend or employer. Essays should convey why this high school senior is an ExtraordinAIRy Treasure to our future by including an overview of the nominee’s life skills in action such as integrity, kindness, perseverance, selflessness and commitment to community to name a few. Tell us who your nominee is at heart.

In addition, each nomination must include two additional references from adults who interact with the student in either academic or extracurricular activities.

Williams Comfort Air will accept nominations through March 21, 2014.

A Williams Comfort Air committee will select the fifteen scholarship recipients. ExtraordinAIRy Treasures Scholarship recipients will be announced no later than July.

Nominate an ExtraordinAIRy Treasure to our future today by clicking the Nominate Student button to the right.



January 9th, 2013 | Williams Comfort Air to award fifteen scholarships to ExtraordinAIRy high school seniors

Scholarships can change a future… and so can YOU

Williams Comfort Air and Mr. Plumber are excited to once again present a scholarship opportunity to Central Indiana seniors. Fifteen (15) one-time scholarships totaling $15,000 will be awarded to high school seniors who are seen as ExtraordinAIRy Treasures to our future. These students will have demonstrated ExtraordinAIRy life skills such as community service, overcoming obstacles, leadership activities and family commitment. Students from Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Madison, Marion, Morgan and Shelby counties who will enroll in a university, community college or vocational/trade school upon graduation can be nominated. There are no requirements for GPA or career choice.

Fifteen $1,000 scholarships will be awarded based on an essay (approximately 400-words), submitted by anyone, such as a parent, teacher, counselor, neighbor, friend or employer. Essays should convey why this high school senior is an ExtraordinAIRy Treasure to our future by including an overview of the nominee’s life skills in action such as integrity, kindness, perseverance, selflessness and commitment to community to name a few. In addition, each nomination must include two additional references from adults who interact with the student in either academic or extracurricular activities.

Williams Comfort Air will accept nominations through March 24, 2013.

A Williams Comfort Air committee will select the fifteen scholarship recipients. ExtraordinAIRy Treasures Scholarship recipients will be announced in mid-May.

Nominate an ExtraordinAIRy Treasure to our future today by clicking the Nominate Student button to the right.



October 23rd, 2012 | Williams Comfort Air to honor six ExtraordinAIRy Teachers with $500 cash awards

Matching $500 awards to their school

Williams Comfort Air is accepting nominations for teachers as part of its ExtraordinAIRy Treasures program. We will honor six ExtraordinAIRy Teachers (two elementary school, two middle school, and two high school teachers), each receiving a $500 cash award and $500 donation to their school.

You may know a teacher who has gone above and beyond in helping a child learn, possibly through adapting teaching styles to reach the child, or who has a unique way of reaching students and a desire to help every student, no matter how difficult. Students may know a teacher who has reached out to them and helped them learn life lessons as well as educational lessons. This can be a way to say “thanks” and let our Central Indiana teachers know that they are appreciated.

Last year’s ExtraordinAIRy Treasure Teacher Awards were presented to: Aaron Roberson, a 2nd grade teacher at Oak Trace Elementary School in Westfield; Annette Probst, a 5th grade teacher from Sand Creek Intermediate School in Fishers; Bryan Alig, a 6th grade teacher at Clay Middle School in Carmel; Laura Austin, the Media Specialist at Clark-Pleasant Middle School in Whiteland; Kara Larkin, the Lead Teacher at Clark-Pleasant Academy in Whiteland; and Bryan Passwater, a math teacher at Lebanon High School.

Teachers in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Madison, Marion, Morgan and Shelby counties can be nominated.

We would appreciate you sharing this information with local schools, students of all ages, PTOs, churches, neighbors, families, co-workers and friends.

Nominations will be accepted through November 30, 2012.



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