Winners of Marine Electronics Scholarships
The International Marine Electronics Alliance (IMEA), a 501 (c) (3) supporting organization of the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA), has awarded six marine electronics industry scholarships to students currently enrolled in marine trade school technology programs.
The six scholarship winners are: Charles Horton from the Landing School in Arundel, Maine; Andrew Vogel of Suncoast Technical College in Sarasota, Florida; Adrienne Wilber of the Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building in Port Hadlock, Washington; Thomas Haagensen, Juston Smith and Julie Cappelli, all students at Skagit Valley College in Mount Vernon, Washington.
Each student was awarded a $5,000 scholarship and free attendance to both NMEA basic installer certification training classes.
The IMEA scholarship program is intended to encourage and facilitate students entering the marine electronics industry in North America. Students coming out of technical programs go on to careers in the high-tech marine electronics industry that support all types of communications, navigation, sonar and other related equipment, and services for recreational, commercial, coast guard and naval vessels.
For the 2023 IMEA Scholarship Program, applicants will be considered, and four or more recipients will be selected by the IMEA Board of Directors by next summer. Any member of the general public can apply for these scholarships. The 2023 scholarships will be awarded on September 21, 2023, at the NMEA Conference Awards Banquet in Orlando, Florida.
For additional information, contact the NMEA National Office at: 410-975-9425, or email: email@example.com.