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The Landlovers Scholarship Fund is designed to assist Landings employees and their immediate dependent family members with expenses for post-high-school education.  Scholarship grants are for tuition, books and school supplies. Applicants must be employees of The Landings Association or The Landings Company, their spouses or their dependent children.

Scholarships can be applied to tuition at a university or college, technical or vocational school or a special enrichment program.

To qualify for a scholarship each applicant must submit a written application telling about his or her academic background and future academic plans, as well as submit high school or post secondary school transcript.

Each scholarship applicant will also be interviewed by the Landlovers Foundation Scholarship Committee to discuss future plans and how the scholarship will help achieve their goals.

The required interview with the Scholarship Committee will follow the application deadline.

Funds will be paid directly to the chosen school following the student’s enrollment.

Please click below for the application which must be submitted by March 11, 2024.

2024 Landings Association Employee Scholarship Award:

Jessica Henderson is the TLA Finance director. A graduate of Morehead State University with a BA of Accounting and an MBA from University of the Cumberlands, Jessica would like to further knowledge and skills in all areas of Accounting. She feels she can best accomplish through the taking the CPA exam review course and sitting for the exam over the next year. Landlovers is supporting Jessica as she pursues her CPA Certification through the Becker CPA Exam Review Course.


2024 Landings Association Family Member Scholarship Awards:

Christien Harris, the daughter of TLA employee Selena Harris, recently graduated from Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor of Arts Elementary Education, and is continuing her education in pursuit of her Master’s degree.  A second year scholarship recipient, Christien lights up when she talks about her experiences with teaching, tutoring, and mentoring young people. She has been on the Dean’s list for two years and the President’s list in the fall of 2022 and spring of 2023. Christien certainly demonstrates the drive to achieve her goals.


LaMyla Hill is the daughter of TLA Employee Katrice Hill and recently graduated from Savannah Arts Academy with a 3.7 GPA as well as a 4.0 in advance study classes she is taking at Georgia Southern. LaMyla has been accepted at and will attend classes at Howard University where she will major in Physics. LaMyla wants to be a part of a community of scientists who explore and conduct research to come up with new ideas and theories.  She wants to share her perspective and create a safe space for women of color pursuing science.


Aalayah King is the daughter of TLA Employee Greg King.  Aalayah graduated from Liberty County High School in May. She will attend the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College pursuing a degree as an Agricultural Scientist. She will be the first of her siblings to attend college. She is a member of the Future Farmers of America and a dancer. Aalayah considers this scholarship an honor and an investment in her dreams of becoming an agricultural scientist.


Hunter McDowell, the son of TLA employee Sabrina McDowell, attends University of Georgia College of Pharmacy – Doctorate Program.  As an eighth year recipient Hunter is completing his third year in the doctorate program. Hunter is the first in his family to attend college. His goal is to obtain a PhD in Pharmaceutical Science. In this year’s application Hunter states his dreams of opening his own pharmacy in a rural community that may be struggling to have a stable healthcare system.


The daughter of TLA employee Erin Schumacher, Mary Pelegrina is in her second year at the University of North Georgia. Mary’s ultimate goals are to get bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with an Exercise Science concentration while completing the US Army Cadet Program and commissioning as an officer in the US Army. Mary is a team leader for her Cadet company and participates on two specialty units within the corps: medic corps and recruiting. Upon graduating, Mary plans to go to physical therapy school. while on active duty in the US Army




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