TEC Services Group, Inc. announced today three Scholarship Winners who are the recipients of a $1,000 scholarship award towards their college education. The high school students selected to receive the scholarship were required to meet academic, attendance and citizenship standard requirements for their State; each applicant was also required to submit an essay describing a personal experience and how it’s shaped and influenced their personal development. TEC sponsored the 2016 Scholarship Program for the first time and will continue the program in coming years. The Scholarship Program is available to employees of the ARM industry and their dependents attending a four-year accredited college or university.
“As long-standing members of the ARM industry, we believe it’s important to show our commitment and support to the industry by providing an opportunity for continued education. We are encouraged with the response received in its first year and proud to award the scholarships,” said Tom Sweat, President of TEC Services Group, Inc.
The 2016 scholarship recipients include:
Kelsey Baich, a 2016 graduate of Lafayette HS in Wildwood, MO. Kelsey will be attending University of Mississippi and major in Secondary Education. During high school, Kelsey was a member of the Renaissance Honor Roll for 4 years and a member of the National Honor Society during her junior and senior years. Kelsey served as a volunteer for the non-profit organization BreakDownSTL during her sophomore and junior years. (Father Kevin Baich of Day Knight & Associates)
Emily DiAlbert, a 2016 graduate of Westerville North HS in Westerville, OH. Emily will be attending Ohio University and major in Journalism. Emily was an Honor Roll student throughout high school and a member of the National Honor Society in her senior year. Emily received the OCC James L. McCann Excellence in Journalism Award during her senior year. (Father John DiAlbert of Capital Recovery Systems, Inc.)
Elizabeth Kemp, a 2016 graduate of Yorktown HS in Yorktown, IN. Elizabeth will attend Ball State University and major as a Pre-Physician Assistant (Biology). Elizabeth maintained A/B Honor Roll all throughout high school, was a member of the National Honor Society in her junior and senior year, and graduated with Cum laude honors. Elizabeth was awarded the Girl Scout Gold Award during her senior year for dedicating over 80 hours of service to the non-profit organization, Locks of Love. (Mother Lisa Kemp of Ontario Systems, LLC work tracking software.)
Congratulations to the recipients of the TEC Services Group Scholarship Award! Please look for an announcement on the 2017 Scholarship Program in the next few months. For additional questions or comments, contact TEC Services Group at Scholarship@TECsg.com or call 941-375-0300 for more information.