Braxton Harsley is a senior scholar and athlete at St. Vincent Pallotti High School. He plans to major in computer engineering and sciences. After college, Braxton plans to work in cyber security and own a business creating websites and security systems for other small businesses. Braxton was one of our first KidGINEER students at Bond Mill and attend several of our STEM programs in the county.
We are proud of you Braxton! Continue to work hard to make your dreams a reality.
Chase van der Have is a sophomore at the University of Maryland studying both Information Systems and Business Management. He hopes to one day work in sports, entertainment, or both! Chase was one of our first KidGINEER students and even his younger brother, Drew, participated in our program.
We are so proud of you, Chase! You can do anything you put your mind to and we love the idea of combining STEM and entertainment!
We are excited to spotlight our FIRST Kidgineer student and the inspiration behind the program, Nya Evans! Nya is a senior at Elizabeth Seton High School. She is currently working on her pharmacy technician certification and aspires to be a biomedical engineer.
We are proud of you Nya!
India Harsley is double majoring in Engineering and Psychology at the University of Maryland! She would like to be a Humans Factor engineer since they study the effect of technology on other people’s mental health. She thinks that her career choice will be a good bridge between psychology and engineering.
We are so proud of you, India! Keep up the great work.
My name is Shellianne Booth and I was the first KIDgineer volunteer! After high school, I matriculated to Spelman College where I studied health sciences and graduated magna cum laude a semester ahead of schedule. I spent the next year doing medical missions in India, working with adults with disabilities, and studying for the MCAT. Now, I am a second-year medical student at the University of Queensland Ochsner Clinical school.
We are SO proud of you, Shellianne! She also received our first KIDgineer scholarship after graduating high school.
Dominic Booth will graduate from Good Council high school in 2022 and intends on studying mechatronics engineering in college
He was one of our first KIDgineer students and attended his first KIDgineer class in first grade at Bond Mill Elementary School! We are so proud of you Dominic.
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