The Miss America Organization announced Tuesday four recipients of Miss America Foundation scholarships.
ATLANTIC CITY — The Miss America Competition will be broadcast live on ABC on Sept. 10.
The contestants who have received the scholarships are as follows:
The 2016 Dr. and Mrs. David B Allman Medical Scholarship — $7,000 — meant for current or former contestants who study or plan to study in the field of medicine.
Victoria Humph-rey, a 2011 contestant in Florida
Makayla McCoskey, a 2016 contestant in Penn-sylvania
The 2016 Jean Bartel for Military Awareness Scholarship — $3,000 — was established in the memory of Miss America 1943 Bartel. The scholarship is meant for those who are involved with community-based events or projects meant to raise awareness of men and women in the military.
Autumn Simunek, Miss South Dakota 2015
The 2016 Tiffany Phillips Scholar-Athlete Scholarship — $2,000 — was created in honor of Tiffany Phillips, the daughter of Steve and Dana Phillips in Oregon, who died in an accident in 1998.
Sarah Kingsbury, a 2016 contestant in Ohio
For more information on the scholarships and the foundation, visit missamericafoundation.org/scholarships.