Permian student awarded Phillips 66 scholarship

Permian student awarded Phillips 66 scholarship

May 15—Permian High School’s Madison Morga is among the 56 high school seniors across the U.S. who will each receive $16,000 college scholarships from the Phillips 66 Dependent Scholarship Program.

The competitive program is open to outstanding college-bound students whose parents work for Phillips 66 and certain subsidiary companies. Madison is the daughter of Phillips 66 employee Javier Morga.

The scholarships are based on academic excellence, community service and financial need. The award reflects the company’s mission of improving lives and supporting its communities.

“We congratulate Madison on their exceptional academic achievements and dedication to community service,” Courtney Meadows, Phillips 66 Manager of Social Impact, said in a news release. “Education is a core focus area for Phillips 66, and we are proud to support these promising young students in the next chapter of their academic journey.”

Phillips 66 has awarded $8.5 million in scholarships to 649 students since the start of the program in 2013. Scholarship America, a neutral, third-party administrator of educational assistance programs, selects the recipients and manages the program for Phillips 66.

Phillips 66 (NYSE: PSX) is a leading diversified and integrated downstream energy provider that manufactures, transports and markets products that drive the global economy. The company’s portfolio includes Midstream, Chemicals, Refining, and Marketing and Specialties businesses. Headquartered in Houston, Phillips 66 has employees around the globe who are committed to safely and reliably providing energy and improving lives while pursuing a lower-carbon future. For more information, visit or follow @Phillips66Co on LinkedIn.

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