Cass Tech student recognized for leadership in community

Kymmie Chriswell is a recipient of a $1K scholarship

Dozens of Michigan high school students are getting special recognition from McDonald’s Black History Makers of Today scholarship program, including a student from Cass Tech High School in Detroit.

Kymmie Chriswell, a senior at Cass Tech, is the recipient of a $1,000 scholarship. Chriswell said she demonstrates leadership by making sure everyone feels welcome and by trying her hardest to make a change in the workplace and in school. This scholarship means a lot to Chriswell because she said she wants to make a huge change in the world and feels this scholarship is one step toward making that happen.

The Black History Makers of Today scholarship program is recognizing a total of 25 students across Michigan for their ability to uplift their peers or their community through academic achievement and positive behavior.

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