We at Carroll Engineering Corporation are committed to supporting the next generation of engineers. In support of talented students pursuing their passions, we are pleased to sponsor once again the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce Engineering Major Scholarship. The winner of this year’s scholarship is Matthew McDevitt, a William Tennent High School graduate. A scholarship worth $1,000 is given every year to a local graduate intending to study engineering at a post-secondary level. The credentials of Matthew are perfectly aligned with the purpose of this scholarship and the money will be put to good use as he will be attending York College of Pennsylvania where he plans to study civil engineering.
As a student at William Tennent High School, Matthew has been involved in numerous honor societies, Future Business Leaders of America, and FIRST Robotic Competition. In the eyes of one of Matthew’s teachers, his passion for STEM and dedication to this field is nothing less than impressive. Jeffrey Czekaj, M.A. Ed, Matthew’s teacher for Technology Education, said “Matthew is one of the hardest working students I have ever known in my 29 years of teaching”. Mr. Czekaj also added that “Matthew works well in class as an independent learner and problem-solver and he always strives to put forth his best efforts”.
Congratulations again to Matthew, and we look forward to hearing about his success at York College of Pennsylvania and ultimately graduating as a Civil Engineer.