MAYCI BREAUX SCHOLARSHIP
The Mayci Breaux Scholarship was created in 2015 with a $100 donation from an anonymous donor in Montana, just one day after the Grand Theatre shooting, where Mayci was a victim. Numerous donations followed, including many from Ochsner Lafayette General employees, helping the fund grow to $20,000. The day before the fund was publically announced, Bo and Jerry Ramsay donated $5,000 on behalf of everyone affected by the shooting. After learning about the launch of the scholarship, comedian Amy Schumer, star of the movie Trainwreck, contributed $25,000, doubling the amount endowed.
Mayci, a resident of Baldwin, La., graduated from Hanson Memorial High School in 2012, South Louisiana Community College and went on to attended Louisiana State University at Eunice where she was studying to become an ultrasound and radiologic technologist. Her scholarship fund, now over $50,000, is endowed through Goldman Sachs, ensuring Mayci’s legacy.
The Mayci Breaux Scholarship is awarded to Louisiana students enrolled in a radiologic technology program at a Louisiana college/university. The student must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above at the time of application.
Applications for the 2020-2021 award year are due Friday, August 28, 2020. Awards are given based on the availability of accrued interest from the endowment. The expected award date is September 11, 2020, and public winner(s) announcement will be released on September 25 on Mayci’s birthday.