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N. Meck grad lands $10,000 scholarship from Dominion Energy

June 24. Alexa Brzoska, a North Mecklenburg High School grad from Cornelius, has received a $10,000 scholarship from Dominion Energy to attend Duke University. Sixty students from diverse backgrounds make up the first class of Dominion Energy Educational Equity Scholars and will receive over $500,0000 to help pay for educational expenses as part of Dominion Energy’s larger commitment to African American and other underrepresented minority students.

The scholarships are the first in a six-year, $10 million initiative from Dominion which has also also committed $25 million to 11 historically Black colleges and universities in Virginia, Ohio,

Lexie Rae Brzoska

North Carolina and South Carolina.

Seventeen students enrolled in two-year schools will receive $5,000 each. Forty-three students enrolled in four-year schools will receive $10,000 each. Scholarship recipients will be able to renew scholarships as they progress in school, provided they meet certain criteria, such as GPA requirements and residence in an eligible state.

Lexie’s mother is Barbara Najenson, her father is Mark Brzoska and stepfather is Jerry Brown.

For more information on the Dominion Energy scholarship program, click here.