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The Patuxent Partnership Awards Three Area High School Graduates with Scholarships to Study Engineering at CSM

Three southern Maryland high school graduates have been awarded The Patuxent Partnership (TPP) Pathways Scholarship to attend the College of Southern Maryland this fall thanks to the students’ exceptional achievements, and a unique partnership between CSM and TPP aimed at building the region’s workforce pipeline. Chopticon High School graduates Skye Blado of Mechanicsville, and David Reynolds of Clements; and McDonough High School graduate Steven McPhee of La Plata, have each received a full scholarship that will cover the cost of tuition, fees and books for up to two years as they work toward engineering degrees. The Patuxent Partnership Pathways Scholarship, which was established in 2018, supports students who pursue an associate degree in CSM’s Mechanical or Electrical engineering programs and then transfer with junior status to University of Maryland (UMD) to earn a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. Students can take all their classes in Southern Maryland, beginning at CSM as they complete their associate degree, followed by classes at the University System of Maryland at Southern Maryland (USMSM) to complete their junior and senior classes with UMD’s A. James Clark School of Engineering. Students can also apply for an internship with the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, […]

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