Dorchester McDonald’s Scholar Linthicum heads off to college

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Posted 9/10/22

CAMBRIDGE - Jenna Linthicum, the 2022 Dorchester Chamber Foundation McDonald’s Scholar, stopped by to visit with the team at McDonald’s as she prepared to head off to the University of …

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Dorchester McDonald’s Scholar Linthicum heads off to college

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CAMBRIDGE - Jenna Linthicum, the 2022 Dorchester Chamber Foundation McDonald’s Scholar, stopped by to visit with the team at McDonald’s as she prepared to head off to the University of Maryland last week. Ms. Linthicum graduated from North Dorchester High School this past spring. She is attending the University of Maryland College Park starting this fall where she will study medicine and plans to have a career in health care as a physician or nurse practitioner.

In addition to being an outstanding student, Ms. Linthicum was very active in high school, playing volleyball, softball and track and field. She was in the National Honor Society, the Art Honor Society, Math Honor Society and Technical Honor Society. She was also active outside of school with blood drives, highway cleanups, being an IRONMAN volunteer, and working with nursing home patients.

Owner Kelli Meoli and Store Manager Jayln Guy offered Ms. Linthicum congratulations on the scholarship and wished her well on the next chapter of her career. Ms. Linthicum thanked Ms. Meoli and the Meoli Companies for helping her to reach her goals with the financial support.

“We at the Meoli Companies are very pleased to team up with the Chamber Foundation to offer scholarships to local residents,” Ms. Meoli said. “Especially to students like Jenna, looking to help fill the gap we have in the healthcare field today.”

The objective of the Chamber Foundation Scholarship program is to further each recipient's education at a certified college, professional, technical, vocational or business school that will result in enhancing the recipient's ability to have a positive impact on the Dorchester County Business Community. Visit https://www.dorchesterchamber.org/scholarships to learn more about the program.

The Meoli Companies owns 25 McDonald’s restaurants across the Delmarva Peninsula with locations in Delaware and Maryland.

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