The Walk Productions Scholarship fund is a proud partnership between Walk at Home and the Lawrence County YMCA. Walk at Home will partner with the Lawrence County YMCA’s Diamond Girls programs as well as other Lawrence County YMCA youth leadership focused groups in order to promote leadership, personal growth, enrichment and higher education.
Each participant will have the opportunity to receive scholarship funds for their college, university or higher education admissions through the Walk Productions Fund upon completion. In order to qualify for the fund, each participant is required to teach or co-teach a Walk 15 Group Exercise class once a month. Additionally, they must write an essay about what they have learned during their time teaching, at the conclusion of their senior year in high school.
The Walk Productions Scholarship Fund is led by Walk at Home’s Vice President, Marie Bullano and Christine Ullrich. Marie and Christine are incredibly honored to mentor the young students on leadership and personal achievement. Further, they are thrilled to provide future opportunity for growth and development through access to higher education funds. For more information about the scholarship fund, please email email@example.com.
Walk at Home is the world’s leading producer of fitness walking content. Walk at Home is one of the top-selling fitness brands at mass retail including Walmart, Target, and QVC. Created by Leslie Sansone, the Walk at Home program has helped millions of people lead active and healthy lives for over 30 years. Walk at Home’s popular YouTube channel has over 1 Million subscribers and is ranked as one of the top fitness channels on YouTube. Walk at Home’s best-selling app, Your Daily Walk, offers a fresh, new set of workouts every month delivered to streaming devices. To learn more, please visit www.walkathome.com .
Diamond Girls is a YMCA program that pairs women mentors with junior and senior high school girls ages 12-18 years. Participating girls are matched with professional women who volunteer their time to serve as mentors. Mentors and mentees meet monthly and participate in workshops and programs with a variety of topics, all aimed at giving young women the guidance they need to navigate adolescence and reach a successful adulthood. The Diamond Girls program is currently funded by the FISA foundation.
At the Y, we strengthen our community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. We engage 10,000 men, women and children – regardless of age, income or background – to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve the county’s health and well-being, and provide
opportunities to give back and support neighbors. Rooted in the Lawrence County community for more than 150 years, the Y has the long-standing relationships and physical presence not just to promise, but Page 2 to deliver, lasting personal and social change. The Y is a member of and receives financial support from the United Way of Lawrence County. To learn more, contact the Lawrence County YMCA at 724-658-4766 or visit www.lawcoymca.org .