4 Students Kick Off the School Year with The Intersect Group STEM Scholarship!
For the 2nd year in a row, The Intersect Group awarded four deserving high school seniors with $3,000 each. The Intersect Group Scholarship was established to make it easier for students to choose science, technology, engineering and math careers. Our scholarship lends support to dependent children of our consultants, clients and colleagues who enroll to pursue Finance, Accounting or Technology degrees.
Scholarship recipients were carefully selected by a third-party committee based on academic achievement, the quality and content of a written essay, and the student’s character as demonstrated by activities and volunteerism.
These talented students are passionate, dedicated to their community and driven to make the world a better place. Congratulations to all of our recipients, and thank you to everyone who applied!
We are thrilled to announce our four scholarship recipients.
Cameron Cassar: A graduate of Chamblee Charter High School (Chamblee, GA)
He is enrolled in the Information Management Sciences and Systems program at Howard University (Washington, D.C.)
Courtney French: A graduate of Milton High School. (Milton, GA)
She is enrolled in The University of Georgia’s Information Technology program. (Athens, GA)
Brady Hillhouse: A graduate of the East Hampton School.
He is enrolled in East Carolina University’s Finance program. (Greenville, NC)
Katherine Skidmore: A graduate of Lewisville High School. (Lewisville, TX)
She is enrolled in University of North Texas (Denton, TX) to pursue a degree in Accounting with a minor in Spanish.
Our scholarship program SERVES… to help others succeed. For over a decade, we’ve worked to provide opportunities for our talented consultants at great client companies. We know just how challenging the current talent shortage for IT and Finance and Accounting professionals is and we want to be part of the solution. Through The Intersect Group Scholarship program, our vision is to improve our community by making it easier for students to choose education as a priority in their lives.