COLUMBIA – South Carolina high school seniors were recognized at the 3rd annual SC STEM Signing Day on Tuesday, April 9, by Boeing South Carolina, BMW, and the South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance.
SC STEM Signing Day recognizes students from across the state of South Carolina who have pursued STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education during their high school tenure and plan to continue their STEM education at two- and four-year colleges. Students were identified through the SC Future Makers initiative using the Tallo platform.
T&D Regions student recognized were: Keri Crosby of Bamberg-Ehrhardt High School; Donovan Price of Bamberg-Ehrhardt High School; Angus Carter of Calhoun County High School; Je'Torian Williams of Calhoun County High School; Destiny Hansen of North Middle/High School; and Thomas Savage of Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School.
“Boeing is honored to recognize the achievements of some of the top students across South Carolina as they commit to careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM),” said John Blazey, Vice President of Boeing Global Engagement. “Today’s event demonstrates Boeing’s commitment to STEM education and ensuring that South Carolina’s future workforce remains strong and thrives.”
“STEM Signing Day honors our talented South Carolina students. At BMW, we strive every day to make the best and most technologically advanced automobiles in the market, the BMW Ultimate Driving Machine. We are proud to recognize so many young people that have worked hard to achieve excellence in STEM disciplines,” said Scott Medley, Human Resource Department Manager, BMW.
“SC STEM Signing day was created to recognize the fact that there’s so much talent and opportunity in South Carolina,” said Sara Hazzard, President and CEO of the South Carolina Manufacturers Alliance. “We are very proud to celebrate the achievements and future steps of some of our state’s brightest minds – students who will lead the way as we advance innovation and technology in the 21st century.”