ExxonMobil, a valued partner with Fisher College of Business, recently honored two Master of Human Resource Management (MHRM) students with a pair of Minority Scholarship Awards.

Ariel Estwick and Travis Turman each received $2,500 scholarships, becoming the latest in a long line of Fisher students to receive support from ExxonMobil.

“In receiving this award I had the chance to interact with members of ExxonMobil—all former students of the MHRM program,” Estwick said. “From them I gained valuable insights on how to make the most of this experience. With the financial freedom to focus on my academics, and the knowledge to navigate the professional networks at hand, I am certain success is around the corner.”

Said Turman: “Hope and opportunity are two words that came to mind when I received the scholarship. I am eternally grateful to ExxonMobil for seeing my potential and investing in my education. The scholarship instills hope that I can achieve my educational goals and encourages the opportunity for my future success.”

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MHRM students Travis Turman and Ariel Estwick were honored with minority scholarships from ExxonMobil.

In all, the company has awarded 25 scholarships since 2004, totaling $62,000 in support of Fisher students.

"ExxonMobil and Fisher College of Business have enjoyed a long partnership,” said Austyn E. Johnson, global HR advisor at ExxonMobil. “Our support of the MHRM scholarship program reflects ExxonMobil’s commitment to encouraging talented students of all backgrounds to pursue careers in the technical, engineering, science and business fields.”