Perry’s Boroff awarded $1,000 scholarship from OMJ-Allen County


Caitland Boroff, fourth from left, was the first recipient of a new Ohio Means Jobs-Allen County scholarship designed to encourage local youth to pursue their careers in Allen County.

Caitland Boroff, fourth from left, was the first recipient of a new Ohio Means Jobs-Allen County scholarship designed to encourage local youth to pursue their careers in Allen County.


PERRY TOWNSHIP — Perry High School graduate Caitland Boroff is the first recipient of a $1,000 scholarship from Ohio Means Jobs-Allen County.

The scholarship was created to highlight why local youth want to live and work in Allen County. Ohio Means Jobs-Allen County has implemented a similar effort with its job coaching program, which sends career coaches to the county’s 13 high schools each week.

Caitland Boroff, fourth from left, was the first recipient of a new Ohio Means Jobs-Allen County scholarship designed to encourage local youth to pursue their careers in Allen County.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2020/06/web1_OMJ-scholarship.jpgCaitland Boroff, fourth from left, was the first recipient of a new Ohio Means Jobs-Allen County scholarship designed to encourage local youth to pursue their careers in Allen County.

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