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Congratulations to our 2019 scholarship and professional development award recipients

Congratulations to our 2019 scholarship and professional development award recipients

 
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6/19/2019

Educational Systems Federal Credit Union is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s scholarships and awards made available through the Support Education Foundation. It is a great honor to Support Education by sponsoring events and providing resources to help the education community. Congratulations to all of our winners!

Maurice Erly Professional Development Awards

  • Lauren Grey-Hawkins, Anne Arundel County
  • Susan Cross, Calvert County
  • Linda Forrest, Charles County
  • Brandi Umberger, Montgomery County
  • Teresa Hayden, Prince George’s County
  • Alexander David, St Mary’s County
  • Melissa Johnson, Talbot County
  • Christopher Ankey, College of Southern Maryland
  • Dionne Brown, Prince George’s Community College
  • Carmen Poston-Farmer, Montgomery College

Dorothy Marvil Memorial Scholarships

  • Andrew Karam, Anne Arundel County
  • Michaela Hawkins, Calvert County
  • Haley Shields, Charles County
  • Lucas Frassrand, Montgomery County
  • Sydney Bowie, Prince George’s County
  • Finnegan O’Neill, St. Mary’s County
  • Megan Kolakowski, Talbot County
  • Tara O’Donnell, Frederick County

Rosemary Brinkley Business and Finance Scholarships

  • Maximilian Witek, Anne Arundel County
  • Abigail L. Pike, Calvert County
  • DeAndre Watson, Charles County
  • Lena Mojsiak, Montgomery County
  • Samuel Alia, Prince George’s County
  • Tayla Mann, St. Mary’s County
  • Josie Stockman, Talbot County

Community College Scholarships

  • David Sebulime, College of Southern Maryland
  • Cheryl Osei, Montgomery College
  • Zachary Hawkins, Prince George’s Community College