The Montgomery AFCEA Chapter Education Foundation will host its annual scholarship luncheon at the Renaissance Hotel and Conference Center on Tuesday, May 20th. The foundation will recognize our industry donors and highlight community donations. Ms. Charisse Stokes, Director Education Foundation, will speak to luncheon attendees regarding the Foundation’s outreach efforts.
During the luncheon we will recognize multiple awardees to include Science Teaching Tools and STEM recipients from local Macon County and Montgomery County Public schools which fund purchases of state-of-the-art equipment and software. Also, teachers from Lee High School’s Information Technology Academy who teach a series of courses from Java Programming to Web Design, equips students with marketable IT experience and A+ level certification.
The Education Foundation also makes time to support local robotics programs, notably the award winning Wetumpka High School and Macon County Robotics Teams. Furthermore, the organization sponsors select hard-working students for invaluable summer internships with local IT support contractors.
We welcome you to attend the Montgomery AFCEA Chapter Education Foundation Annual Scholarship Luncheon to hear more about how industry’s donations support the local community in fostering IT into the education of today’s youth.