Westborough grad receives scholarship for work in Appalachia

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 Adam Mosher recently received a scholarship recognizing his work with the Appalachia Service Project.
Adam Mosher recently received a scholarship recognizing his work with the Appalachia Service Project.

WESTBOROUGH – A Westborough High School graduate has received a scholarship from the Tennessee-based Appalachia Service Project (ASP). 

Adam Mosher, who graduated in 2019 and is currently a sophomore at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, worked as an ASP staff member in Fayette County, West Virginia, last summer. 

As a volunteer coordinator, Mosher oversaw housing and construction duties for volunteers during their weeklong stays throughout the summer.

Westborough High School graduate has received a scholarship from the Tennessee-based Appalachia Service Project (ASP)Mosher received this Annual Volunteer Staff Scholarship, which “is intended to help finance education with recognition that the living stipend of a full-time ASP staff person is a sacrifice that impacts the ability to pay for school,” a press release said.

 

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