Krystie L. Seese of Naugatuck, was awarded a full tuition scholarship to any online graduate degree program offered by Post University through the Miss Connecticut Scholarship Corporation at the organization’s annual awards brunch on Sunday, June 29th.
The current Miss Greater Watertown title holder, Krystie was selected the winner of the competitive scholarship opportunity by a pageant committee, based on her work experience, college transcript, resume, and essay creation.
This is the first time Post University has donated a graduate level scholarship to the Miss Connecticut organization.
Krystie called the award, “the scholarship of a lifetime,” and thanked Post University for becoming a part of the Miss Connecticut family.
An avid singer and dancer, Krystie believes in lifelong education. She graduated high school a year early, and completed two bachelor's degrees in four years at Southern Connecticut State University. She has served as an intern teacher in Middlebury.
Her pageant platform is "Autism Speaks.” Krystie has already spent hours attending walks and fundraising events for her cause, and has completed more than 800 hours of community service since she began high school at Jonathan Law in Milford, Conn.
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