Robins Federal Credit Union, Warner Robins, Ga., has awarded five high school students each a four-year, $4,000 scholarship. Named "Most Excellent Senior Team", the five graduating students, who are also credit union members, were selected based on academic performance, community work and extracurricular activities. This year's team consists of the following students: Jennifer Anderson; Carla Bland; Heather Jones; George Parker; and Carolyn Perry. RFCU has over $500 million in assets and serves over 123,000 members. U-Lane-O Credit Union, Eugene, Ore., has awarded three $1,000 scholarships to current Jumpstart Club high school seniors Lindsey Reynolds, Matthew Swinehart and Sara Ventura. Award recipients are chosen from U-Lane-O's Jump Start Club, a financial management club for young adult members. U-Lane-O CU has $360 million in assets and serves 52,438 members. American Eagle Federal Credit Union, East Hartford, Conn., in conjunction with the East Hartford Academy of Finance Program, has awarded a $500 scholarship to East Hartford High School senior Suelee Saynathone. AEFCU has $619 million in assets and serves over 100,000 members. Dupaco Community Credit Union, Dubuque, Iowa, has awarded five $500 Tri-State-Area College Scholarship awards to the following high school seniors: Matt Eggers, Cuba City H.S.; Sara Gerlach, Andrew Community H.S.; Molly McDonald, Dubuque Senior H.S.; Tara Nelson, Wahlert H.S.; and Joshua Tschiggfrie, Hempstead H.S. Teachers Federal Credit Union, Farmingville, N.Y., has awarded scholarships to six Long Island high school seniors. High school seniors William Jorch; Trisha Rossi; Christopher Kline; Bernard Kito; Andrew Smith; and Lauren Markowski were each awarded $1,000 for tuition at the college of their choice. TFCU has $870 million in assets and serves more than100,000 members. Wichita Municipal Federal Credit Union, Kan., has awarded scholarships to Anne Anderton, a Wichita State University student and Melissa Phillips, a Wichita Northwest High School senior. The scholarships are the first awarded through WMFCU's new youth programs. Each student has received $250. Applicants were judged based on grade point averages, extracurricular activities, community service, career goals, letters of recommendation and written essays. WMFCU has $33.3 million in assets and serves 7,019 members.