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SIM Detroit is happy to announce the winners of 3 rd  Annual  SIM Detroit 2019 STEM Scholarship Program  for current high school seniors for use in a Michigan-based STEM-related field of study in a four-year college or university or a two-year community college. Alan Aguirre Sullivan of Catholic Central High School (University of Detroit Mercy). Anna Osborne of Seaholm High School (University of Michigan ). Christopher DeMartinis of St. Mary’s Preparatory School (University of Michigan ). Jessica Dillon of Mercy High School (University
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Both the SIM national network and its regional chapters support schools, programs, and organizations that encourage and enable students—K-12, technical training programs, undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education— to enter into and contribute to the information technology profession. These organizations are often directly aligned with the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs that are charged with increasing the number of teachers trained in teaching STEM subjects and growing the number of students focused on these studies. In 2010, President Obama launched the   Educate to Innovate   campaign to address America’s middle-of-the-pack ...
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