Missouri STEM Signing Day

Missouri STEM Signing Day

Today’s talent, tomorrow’s future

VIRTUAL

Friday, June 26, 2020 11:00am – 12:00pm

 

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Join us as we celebrate the 2020 STEM Signing and Scholarship Awardees in a virtual event when 25 of Missouri’s outstanding STEM high school seniors will be recognized for their passion to pursue a STEM field in college and beyond.

The Missouri Chamber Foundation’s Mathematics and Science Coalition launched the Missouri STEM Signing Day program in 2019 to raise awareness of STEM pathways for students beyond high school. Just like signing days for athletes, Missouri STEM Signing Day celebrates Missouri high school seniors as they make their commitments to study a STEM field in 4-year or 2-year college or technical school.

Whether they seek to work on some of the latest technologies in the manufacturing space by attending a Mechatronics or Advance Machining Technician program at a 2 year college or Technical school or working on cutting edge bio-life science research to improve the quality of our lives by attending a Bio-Chem or Nursing program at a 4 year college — whatever their passion takes them in the STEM fields, Missouri STEM Signing Day is about them. This program recognizes outstanding students across the state who are inspired by STEM and dedicated to pursuing a STEM career pathway in postsecondary education and beyond, and raises awareness of companies in Missouri for future career opportunities that they and others can pursue.

 

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2020 press release
 

 

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2020 Scholarship Recipients

  • Sonya Ahmad, graduate of Timberland High School, attending University of Missouri – Kansas City to study pre-medicine & biology
  • Caroline Arensberg, graduate of Park Hill High School, attending Missouri State University to study mechanical engineering
  • Griffin Buschjost, graduate of Helias Catholic High School, attending Missouri University of Science and Technology to study computer science
  • Donovan Dixson, graduate of Hazelwood West High School, attending Washington University to study chemical engineering
  • Abigail Everett, graduate of Fair Grove High School, attending Ozarks Technical Community College to study systems engineering
  • Kathryn Feeney, graduate of Scotland County R-1 High School, attending Washington University to study biomedical & mechanical engineering
  • Joshua Gary, graduate of Timberland High School, attending Missouri University of Science and Technology to study aerospace engineering
  • Isabelle Gilliam, graduate of Lawson High School, attending Washington University to study biomedical engineering
  • Pierce Gloyer, graduate of College Heights Christian School, attending Missouri University of Science and Technology to study electrical & computer engineering
  • Jesse Heath, graduate of Park Hill South High School, attending Maplewoods Community College to study computer science
  • Grant Himmelmann, graduate of Fayette High School, attending University of Missouri – Columbia to study statistics
  • Leilani Jarosz, graduate of Fort Zumwalt West High School, attending St. Louis College of Pharmacy to study pharmaceutical biochemistry
  • Jonathan Kellhofer, graduate of Hume High School, attending State Technical College of Missouri to study computer science
  • Trent Kirks, graduate of Orchard Farm High School, attending Missouri University of Science and Technology to study aerospace engineering & engineering management
  • Corey Marrs, graduate of Park Hill High School, attending Missouri University of Science and Technology to study electrical & aeronautical engineering
  • Aiden Pezzani, graduate of Kickapoo High School, attending Drury University to study pre-medicine
  • Jazmin Renteria Gonzalez, graduate of Allen Village High School, attending University of Missouri – Columbia to study computer science
  • Abby Robertson, graduate of Fort Zumwalt West High School, attending Drury University to study pre-medicine biochemistry
  • Jacob Saunders, graduate of Lee’s Summit High School, attending University of Central Missouri to study cybersecurity & computer science
  • Liza Schell, graduate of Jackson Senior High School, Missouri University of Science and Technology to study chemical engineering
  • Brenden Sharp, graduate of Chillicothe High School, attending Moberly Area Community College to study computer science
  • Juliana Silva, graduate of East High School, attending Johnson Community College to study computer science
  • Dawson Sivils, graduate of Pleasant Hill High School, attending University of Central Missouri to study cybersecurity
  • Bennett Sutton, graduate of Thomas W. Kelly High School, attending Missouri Welding Institute to study welding
  • Colin Wunderlich, graduate of Cole R-V Eugene High School, University of Missouri – Kansas City to attend the BA/MD program

To learn more please contact Brian Crouse at (573) 634-3511 or by email at bcrouse@mochamber.com.

Sponsors

    

Support STEM students by sponsoring STEM Signing Day

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for next year’s program, please contact Brian Crouse at (573)634-3511 or by email at bcrouse@mochamber.com.