Each year this scholarship program recognizes three Electro Savings members — that are high school seniors — for their outstanding academic achievements and community involvement. The scholarship application period runs January and February. Recipients are notified by April 30 and invited to our May annual meeting to be recognized.
Edward G. Halliburton Scholarship
The Edward G. Halliburton Scholarship honors long-time credit union volunteer and Director Emeritus Edward G. Halliburton, who served on the credit union’s board of directors for 47 years. Edward Halliburton sadly passed away in September 2015 at the age of 88.
Since the scholarship program started in 1993, we have awarded $85,000 to further the higher education of 85 young credit union members.
2020 Edward G. Halliburton Scholarship Recipients
Adam is a graduate of St. Louis University High School attending the University of Missouri-Columbia. Adam was First Honor Roll all four years of high school and a member of the National Honors Society. He was on a Club soccer team and he played for the St. Louis University High soccer team. Adam was in the Medical Careers Club as well as being a St. Louis University High Ambassador. He volunteered at Camp Independence in 2019 and Vacation Bible School from 2016-2018. Adam’s sisters Sara and Ellen were 2018 and 2013 Halliburton Scholarship recipients, and his brother David was a 2011 Halliburton Scholarship recipient. Adam lives in St. Louis and is the son of David and Elizabeth Boll.
Isaiah is a graduate of Parkway North High School studying Aerospace Engineering at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Isaiah was on the Principal’s List for the past three years and Student Body President for the past three years. He was a member of the National Honors Society and the International Thespian Society. He was a student Board Member of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, and a Board Member for the Safe and Drug-Free program at Parkway School District. Isaiah lives in Maryland Heights and is the son of Talea Jones.
Max is a graduate of Ladue Horton Watkins High School studying Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Northeastern University -Boston. Max was a member of the National Honor Society, an AP Scholar with Honor, and received the Ladue All-Academic Athletics Award for the last three years. Max was a member of the Ladue Cross Country Varsity and the Track and Field Varsity teams, and a member of the Ladue High School Percussion Program. Max was a member of the Ladue Robotics team and founder of STEM $ells which is a student-organized “Think Tank”. Max has volunteered at Operation Food Search Shop Out Hunger, St. Louis County Animal Care, and Control and Pet Adoption Center, Special Olympics, and is on the Run and Run S’more Executive Board. Max lives in Olivette and is the son of Scott and Beth Wasserstrom.
Other Ways to Help Pay for College
The cost of college continues to rise and when scholarships, grants, and federal aid aren't enough, private student loans can be a necessary and cost-effective way to fill educational funding gaps. We want to make financing college easier so you can focus on what's really important—achieving your dreams of higher education at the school of your choice!