$20,000 Scholarships Awarded to Women In STEM

NMTC/ Bravura Awards $20,000 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, announce the initial four recipients of their NMTC/Bravura Women In STEM Scholarship Program for 2018.

This unique annual program of four $5000 scholarships, 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.

Introducing these 4 outstanding women (presenting the check is Claudine Adams, President/Founder, Bravura Information Technology Systems and NMTC Board Director, with John Casner, Executive Director, NMTC):

Nia Hammett,
Edgewood High School
,
pursuing a degree in biology,
to later research neurology and cancer of the brain.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Abigail Renzulli,
North Harford High School
,
pursuing a degree in biology,
to later focus research on autism.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sierra Smith,
Aberdeen Science & Math Academy,
pursuing a degree in neuroscience degree,
to later become an oncologist.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth Zatalava,
Rising Sun High School
,
pursuing a degree in Forensic Chemistry,
to later join the Federal Bureau of Investigation.