We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Oklahoma Rural Paramedic Scholarship!

Only the top candidates were selected. Each student will receive an award of up to $3,750. In return, each student will work a minimum of 2 years at a rural EMS agency in Oklahoma providing paramedic-level care.

Each winner was scored by an independent 3-person panel made up of EMS experts. They were scored based on the following criteria:

 

The following students are the winners! Ranked in order, the top 20 candidates are:

  1. Floyd Baker, Tulsa Technology Center, Skiatook Fire Department
  2. Rebekah Granger, Kiamichi Technology Center, LeFlore County EMS
  3. Juanita Fristoe, Kiamichi Technology Center, Waurika EMS
  4. Ashley Carder, Kiamichi Technology Center, Hominy EMS
  5. Michael Casillas, Tulsa Technology Center, Skiatook Fire Department
  6. Reagan Garrett, Tulsa Technology Center, Muskogee County EMS
  7. Hunter Hall, Kiamichi Technology Center, Cushing Fire Deparment
  8. Kristina Torres, Kiamichi Technology Center, Waurika EMS
  9. Spencer Courreges, Gordon Cooper Technology Center, Muskogee County EMS
  10. Denton Eller, Tulsa Technology Center, Skiatook Fire Department
  11. Logan Hartman, OSU-OKC, Southern Oklahoma Ambulance Service
  12. Madison Stuckey, Tulsa Community College, Owasso Fire Department
  13. Winter Steinkamp, Kiamichi Technology Center, LeFlore County EMS
  14. Garrett Matlock, Gordon Cooper Technology Center, Rural agency TBD
  15. Chris Young, Tulsa Technology Center, Creek County EMS
  16. Mason Meadows, Gordon Cooper Technology Center, REACT EMS
  17. Cameron Adams, Kiamichi Technology Center, Pafford EMS
  18. Chloe Cooper, Tulsa Technology Center, Mercy Regional EMS
  19. Roxanne Lindsey, Gordon Cooper Technology Center, Mercy Ada EMS
  20. Arlyn Hatch, OSU-OKC, Life EMS