4 Students Kickoff the School Year with TIG STEM Scholarships

By The Intersect Group

The Intersect Group scholarship is designed to support our candidates’, clients’ and colleagues’ dependents who are entering college to major in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Each recipient will be granted a scholarship of $3,000.

“It’s important to invest in education. We are proud of this initiative to cultivate leaders in STEM by giving them an opportunity to attend college with fewer financial burdens,” said Mike Snyder, CFO/COO.

According to national research, in 2018, 8 million STEM jobs will be available in the United States, but the vast majority of U.S. students will be unprepared to fill them. 51 percent of all STEM jobs are projected to be in computer science-related fields. STEM fields are at the core of the nation’s innovation. 

We are excited to offer The TIG scholarship as support to our nations next generation of scientists, technologists, engineers, and mathematicians.

Join us in congratulating our 2019 STEM Scholarship recipients:

  • Hudson Samuels, graduated from Lovejoy High School, Dallas, TX.Currently enrolled at The University of Texas at Dallas.
  • Calvin Shaw, graduated from Mill Creek High School, Hoschton, GA. Currently enrolled at Brigham Young University.
  • Ethan Tai, Milton High School, Milton, GA
  • Harrison Holmes, graduated from Johns Creek High School, Johns Creek, GA. Currently enrolled at University of South Carolina.

We surprised each recipient with a Big fun check and recorded all the excitement. Take a look!