Baltimore County Public Schools seniors have earned all three of this year’s one-time scholarship grants from the Engineering Society of Baltimore Education Foundation (ESB-EF).
Emma Evans-Nolet, Parkville High School, is the recipient of the $2,000 ESB Board of Trustees Scholarship. She plans to major in electrical engineering at Duke University or the University of Maryland, College Park.
Amir Moon, Eastern Technical High School, is the recipient of the $3,000 James Posey Associates Centennial Scholarship. He is headed to the University of Maryland, College Park, to study mechanical engineering.
Rakrish Dhakal, Towson High School, is the recipient of the $2,000 Larry Lewis Memorial Scholarship. He will pursue a degree in computer engineering or computer science at the University of Maryland, College Park.
The goal of ESB-EF is to provide financial support to talented Baltimore metropolitan area high school students interested in becoming engineers. Each year, the program awards low-interest loans and three one-time scholarship grants. Eligible students must reside in Baltimore City or Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, or Howard counties.