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2018 Scholarship and Professional Development Award winners

2018 Scholarship and Professional Development Award winners

 
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7/2/2018

The $3,000 Dorothy Marvil Scholarship is awarded to high school seniors who plan on attending a four-year university, community college, technical college or trade school.
  • Anne Arundel County: Azhane Rowe, Indian Creek Upper School
  • Calvert County: Craig Eichelberger, Northern High School
  • Charles County: Elisha Barrientos, Southern Maryland Christian Academy
  • Montgomery County: Madeleine Allou, Montgomery Blair High School
  • Prince George's County: Stephanie Crawford, Bowie High School
  • St. Mary's County: Colin Maher, Chopticon High School
  • Talbot County: Tiffany Zheng, Easton High School
  • Washington D.C.: Naomi Dawy, National Cathedral School
 
The $3,000 Rosemary Brinkley Business and Finance Scholarship is awarded to graduating high school seniors who have completed the Business and Finance curriculum at their school and plan on pursuing a career in business, finance or a related field.
  • Anne Arundel County: Nolan Marks, Severna Park High School
  • Calvert County: Thomas Weiskircher, Huntingtown High School
  • Charles County: Virgil Thomas, North Point High School
  • Frederick County: Timothy O'Donnell, Catoctin High School
  • Montgomery County: Lauren Woodward, Thomas S. Wootton High School
  • Prince George's County: Monique Brown, Charles Herbert Flowers High School
  • St. Mary's County: Alexis Plater, Chopticon High School
  • Talbot County: Kelley Magill, Easton High School
 
The $3,000 Community College Scholarship is awarded to students currently enrolled at one of the three community colleges we serve and who plan on returning for the following academic year.
  • College of Southern Maryland: X'amis Johnson
  • Montgomery College: Alix Tiako
  • Prince George's Community College: Sabria Richardson
 
The $1,000 Maurice Erly Professional Development Award is given to educators to be used towards continuing education fees, such as workshop registrations, certification fees and tuition.
Public Schools:
  • Anne Arundel County: Kristopher Effler, Board of Education
  • Calvert County: Dr. Grace Hanners, Huntingtown High School
  • Charles County: LeShone HoSang Navies, St. Charles High School
  • Montgomery County: Robert Mitchell, Sligo Middle School
  • Prince George's County: Rose Mary Bunag, Thomas Claggett Teacher Leadership Center
  • St. Mary's County: Asia McNeil, Captain Walter Francis Duke Elementary School
  • Talbot County: Amy Palmer, St. Michael's Elementary School
 
Community Colleges
  • College of Southern Maryland: Kimberley Donnelly
  • Montgomery College: Karen Callender
  • Prince George's Community College: Dena Wilson