Walmart Scholarships

Roseanne Mabry, Director of Career Technical and Assessment for Guntersville Schools, Stacey Usher and Marty Hatley gathered students to listen to Diane Bryan, People Lead at Guntersville Walmart, about free college opportunities.

Students in the Student Support Center at Guntersville City Schools had a special guest last week who spoke with them about the opportunity to get a free college education.

Diane Bryan, People Lead for Walmart #681, says their company is spreading the word that they are now offering th employees of Walmart free college opportunities, all the way up to a bachelor's degree. They will also help students get their GED if they never finished high school.

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