MCMA Scholarships 

Each year for more than a decade, the MCMA has been awarding scholarships to deserving students, both graduating high school seniors, and those already enrolled in institutions of higher education. Want to give back? Donate to the scholarship fund today.

The qualifications are that the student is an MCMA individual or corporate member, immediate family of an MCMA member, or employee of an MCMA sponsoring company (*see below) and that they submit the MCMA scholarship application. Prior winners are not eligible.

In 2020, the MCMA began awarding a scholarship for a candidate seeking to pursue a professional development (non-degree) opportunity related to our industry. 

The MCMA works to ensure that scholarship applicants are considered in a blinded fashion, thereby ensuring to the organization’s best ability, that no one on the scholarship committee, or involved in the review process, is aware during deliberations of a candidate’s identity or their relationship to current or former MCMA members or sponsors until after the scoring process is completed. This process ensures that each applicant is judged purely on the relative strength of their application and the quality of their responses.

 

High School and Current College Applicants
Professional Development Applicants

 

2021 Scholarship Recipients Include: 

  • Tori McDonald (University of Northern Iowa) - CDS Global
  • Colby Rosenthal (Indiana University Bloomington) - Pubworx
  • Sara Kolson (Flagler College) - Palm Coast Data
  • Rhiannon Pytlak (University of Texas at Austin) - SFG
  • Patrick Wright (Milwaukee School of Engineering) - Palm Coast Data
  • Nathaniel Strub (Tyler Junior College) - SFG
  • Andrew McMillian (Merrimack College) - Computer Fulfillment

2020 Scholarship Recipients Include: 

  • Hannah Ulman (Princeton University)
  • Valerie Truesdell (University of Florida) 
  • Owen Cole (Undecided)
  • Delaney Wilson (Henderson State University)
  • Brenna Smith (Biola University)
  • Rachael McMillan (Providence College)

2019 Scholarship Recipients Include: 

  • Jonah D'Alessandro (Tufts University)                                                    
  • Abigail Greenblatt (Indiana University)
  • Aidan Healy (Undecided)
  • McKenna Selitto (Undecided)
  • Andrea White (University of North Florida)
  • Samantha Viel (Undecided)

The number of awards this year is dependent on the number of quality applications received. Typically, between four and six awards, ranging from $500 to $1500 are made. 

*As of 1/1/21