Northeastern Maryland Technology Council (NMTC) Presents the 2019 “Bravura Women in STEM Scholarships”, totaling $20,000
Four qualifying young Marylander’s were honored with $5,000 STEM scholarships, March 12, at Bravura Information Technology Systems (Bravura)) head quarter’s location, Aberdeen, MD
A select group of Marylanders received the prestigious Bravura Women in STEM scholarship on March 12, 2019, by standing out, among 30 other applicants, maintaining a high GPA, presenting a history of STEM related activities that demonstrated a true commitment to the pursuit of a STEM college track, supported by a written essay describing why the scholarship is important to applicant.
This scholarship was established through the generosity of Ms Claudine Adams, president and Founder of Bravura, to recognize outstanding full-time female high school seniors pursuing a STEM career in college, who achieved positive academic records and demonstrated extra-curricular activities in the pursuit of their chosen STEM field.
The Scholarships are open to all female STEM high school seniors in Harford and Cecil Counties and to family members of NMTC. They are awarded based on their meeting the criteria of the Bravura/NMTC scholarship selection committee.
Ms. Claudine Adams presented the scholarships to each awardee. Assisting her were members of her senior management team at Bravura and NMTC’s board of directors.
The 2019 Bravura Outstanding Women in STEM Scholarship awardees are.
Sage Leone, Bohemia Manor HS, pursuing a degree in Computer science
Emma Klepitch, Perryville HS, (NMTC member; her mother works for W. L. Gore), pursuing a degree in biochemistry
Vivienne Auvil, Harford Tech, pursuing a degree in computer science
Hannah Yamagata, Fallston HS, pursuing a degree in biomedical engineering