Promoting Education for Landings Employees
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.
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 5 page application which must be postmarked by March 14, 2022:
2022 Landings Association Employee Scholarship Awards:
Tim Cook has been The Landings Security Director for the past nine years, and we are all very fortunate to have him in that position. The Certified Security Project Manager certification that he recently achieved verifies the holders’ ability to manage complex, technical security projects. The CSPM credential is quickly becoming a necessity for professionals managing security projects. Landlovers thanks Tim for his years of service and is pleased to have assisted him in obtaining this certification.
Chad Bundy is a 26-year employee of The Landings Security Department, with the rank of Security Sergeant. Having achieved a B.S. from Armstrong State University, he now plans to continue his career with TLA and wants to advance his personal development by taking training courses that apply knowledge and techniques to improve his skills as a supervisor and leader in the department.
2022 Landings Association Family Member Scholarship Awards:
Hunter McDowell is completing his first year of the doctorate program at the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy working toward his PharmD with a Dean’s List achievement. The first in his family to attend college, his ultimate goal is to obtain a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences on a path that can help everyone within his community. The Landings Foundation has supported Hunter throughout his college and now graduate degree progress. In this year’s scholarship application, Hunter states that he wants to “help change the tide of closing healthcare facilities and begin an attempt to move vital facilities back into rural areas.” He is the son of Landings Association Community Development Representative Sabrina McDowell, a 25-year employee of the TLA Community Relations Department.
Christien Harris’s goal is to become a teacher and provide children with fundamental academic skills. She lights up when she talks about her experiences with tutoring and mentoring young people in their educational journey. Currently employed as a server at The Marshes, she was on the Dean’s List at Georgia Southern last spring and achieved a 3.13 GPA. Her ultimate objective is to further her education and receive a Master’s Degree. She definitely has the drive to achieve her goals. Christien is the daughter of Selena Harris, a 2-year employee of the TLA Engineering Department.
Abbigail Henson is completing her first year at the University of Alabama-Huntsville, having graduated from high school with a 3.929 GPA. With an intended degree in Communication Arts, she plans to work on the sets of documentaries and help directors gather information for their films. Her ultimate goal is “to work in public relations and marketing. Making sure that companies are networking to their best ability in order to maximize profit and also give back to their communities so they can continue to grow.” Abigail is the daughter of William Henson, who has been with The Landings Security Department for a year.