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.
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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