News Release, Patuxent Partnership
Warrington, PA – Sabre Systems, Inc., a world-class software and systems engineering solutions and services provider, proudly awarded a $1,500 scholarship to former Chopticon High School student, Ayesha Rennie. Ayesha was awarded this scholarship for her hard work and dedication to the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) field. Ayesha will continue her education in the STEM field at Columbia University, majoring in mechanical engineering and mathematics.
Ayesha was presented her award at Chopticon High School by Andy Macyko, Sabre Vice President. Every year, Sabre selects four students from the mid-Atlantic, with one being from Southern Maryland. This is Sabre’s seventh consecutive year presenting the award to students who prove to have outstanding academics, STEM experience, compelling letters of recommendation and alignment to our core values here at Sabre. Ayesha shows a bright and promising future in her STEM field and Sabre is proud to support her.
Sabre Systems, Inc. President, Glen Ives states, “Our enduring commitment to our communities and our future through the education of our children is steadfast and true. There’s nothing we value or enjoy more than this great opportunity to share these important scholarships with such deserving young students who themselves are truly committed to learning and contributing to helping to make our world a better one.”
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