POCAHONTAS — The 2020 Iberia Bank/Black River Technical College Foundation Golf Tournament scholarships have been awarded to seven students attending BRTC.

Each scholarship is sponsored by a $1,000 donor who is able to name the scholarship. Each student has been awarded $1,000 per semester, fall and spring, provided the student maintains enrollment and the grade point average requirement.

The Archer Realty Scholarship went to Brandon Dillinger of Harrisburg. Dillinger is a 2008 graduate of Harrisburg High School who is seeking a degree in respiratory care.

Alexander Rodriguez of Jonesboro was awarded the Auto Efx Scholarship. Rodriguez is a 2020 graduate of Jonesboro High School. He is enrolled in the auto collision repair program.

Erise McMasters of Paragould received the Clay County Electric Cooperative Corporation Member Scholarship. She is a 2017 graduate of Maynard High School seeking a degree in registered nursing.

The Harps Foods Scholarship went to Baylee Davis of Walnut Ridge. Davis is a 2019 Walnut Ridge High School graduate enrolled in the traditional registered nursing program.

Jacob Jones of Paragould has accepted the PECO Foods, Inc. Scholarship. He is a 2020 graduate of Greene County Tech High School seeking a degree in agriculture.

Devon Denham of Paragould was awarded the Pocahontas Aluminum Company Scholarship. Denham is 2020 graduate of Greene County Tech High School seeking a degree in industrial maintenance technology.

The SGA Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship went to Tammy Galbreath of Hoxie. She is seeking a degree in respiratory care.