Five young business people will be presented with college scholarships for their outstanding entrepreneurial spirit today from members of the National Federation of Independent Business.
Nolan Sampson of Union Mills and a student from South Central Junior-Senior High School will be awarded scholarships. Sampson currently runs a mowing business with one employee and has 30 clients, and he says this business has been thriving throughout his high school career. He plans to go to college at Purdue this fall and to continue with his business in the Union Mills area. Sampson plans on focusing more on the agricultural side of business while at Purdue and after he graduates.
The scholarship presentation will be made at noon at the Hilton Downtown in the Vincennes Room in Indianapolis.