NMTC/ Bravura Information Technology Systems Announces
$20,000 in Scholarships to Women In STEM
The Northeastern Maryland Technology Council (NMTC), through the generosity and commitment of Bravura Information Technology Systems, and their founder Claudine Adams, announces scholarships for High School women graduating in 2019, and pursuing a post-secondary education in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) field.
This unique annual program of four $5000 scholarships, is open to women graduating from Harford and Cecil County Maryland public schools, pursuing a four-year degree in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM), are awarded scholarships as follows, based on a rigorous eligibility process:
- Two scholarships to graduating women from the Harford County public schools.
- One scholarship to a graduating woman from Cecil County public schools.
- One scholarship to a graduating woman whose parent is an NMTC member.
About our benefactor:
Bravura Information Technology Systems is a Woman-owned, minority owned, small disadvantaged business (WOSB, SDB) with a wealth of DoD, Army, and Intel community experience. They are headquartered just outside the gate at Aberdeen Proving Ground, in Aberdeen, Maryland. Their founder, Claudine Adams, is the NMTC Visionary Awards 2019 Visionary of the Year Honoree, who receives this honor for:
Significant contributions to the well-being of our total community displayed as above and beyond personal commitment to building our STEM-educated workforce or advancing technology & innovation with demonstrated qualities of enlightened leadership to benefit many others, over a remarkable period.