Local student Hunter Jenkins was recently awarded a full college scholarship from the Pilgrim’s Douglas complex as part of the company’s Tomorrow Fund program. The Pilgrim’s Tomorrow Fund supports team members and direct dependents pursuing an undergraduate bachelor’s degree, an accredited vocational technical certification or an associate’s degree. Award recipients are able to participate in a mentorship program and will be extended internship offers for the summer at Pilgrim’s locations across the country.
Hunter is the daughter of Thomas Jenkins who is a team member at the Pilgrim’s Douglas complex. Hunter plans to attend the University of Alabama and obtain a Bachelor of Science degree with a minor in mathematics.
Pilgrim’s believes that people are its greatest strength. The Tomorrow Fund provides Pilgrim’s an opportunity to invest in the future, support our local communities, and improve the lives of team members and their families through empowerment, education and personal growth. Pilgrim’s is honored to be able to support Hunter in her future endeavors and congratulate her on her achievements.