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Micah Dailey Awarded STEM Scholarship by the Senior Science Society Foundation, Inc. 

Posted on Oct 08, 2014 by APGFCU

Micah Dailey, a 2014 graduate of the Science and Math Academy, Aberdeen High School, has received a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 from The Senior Science Society Foundation, Inc. (SSSF). Dailey is attending Johns Hopkins University to pursue a degree in molecular biology.

The Senior Science Society Foundation, the scholarship arm of the Senior Science Society of Harford Community College, is a self-supporting organization of scientists and engineers who work to expand and ignite the spark of science and engineering among Harford County youths.

APG Federal Credit Union is a proud supporter of the STEM outreach efforts of the SSSF. Earlier this year APGFCU contributed $5,000 to the SSSF to fund STEM scholarships. This was the first STEM scholarship presented by the combined organizations.

APG Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit cooperative financial institution and is open to anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers or attends school in Harford or Cecil County.

Micah Dailey Awarded STEM Scholarship

From left, Al Horst, vice president, SSSF; Dr. Susan Luckan, chair, SSSF Scholarship Committee; Micah Dailey, scholarship recipient; Dr. Bruce Burns, president, Senior Science Society Foundation; and Sharon Sykes, APGFCU senior vice president.

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