SERVOCITY SCHOLARSHIP AWARDEE ANNOUNCED
On April 10th, ServoCity.com awarded two scholarships to high school seniors planning to pursue a degree in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). The scholarship was developed to support and encourage students in their studies and to embark on careers in STEM. “By offering this scholarship, we want to assist young engineers and innovators in reaching their educational and career goals,” said Brian Pettey, RobotZone President.
Scholarship winners were selected based on their academic achievement, leadership, and involvement in school and community. Congratulations to Jason Sylvestre of Benilde-St. Margaret's School of Minnesota and Ian Pitwood from Ballwin, Missouri. Sylvestre is the recipient of the $500 scholarship. He will be attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the fall to study Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Pitwood is the recipient of the $100 scholarship. His college is currently undecided, however he plans to pursue a degree in Biomedical Engineering.
Thank you to all the applicants. Honorable mentions include, Sean Teavis, Mary Henning and Ryan Taylor.
ServoCity would also like to thank their Scholarship Committee comprised of: Tom Carroll, Robotics Engineering Writer and Consultant; Ed Loeb, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Mathematics of Southwestern College; and Jad Sutton, President of Vector Tooling Technologies.
“We wish all these applicants success in their academic and professional goals,” said Pettey.
ServoCity 2014 Scholar: Jason Sylvestre
Jason will attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the fall to pursue a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
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