The Board of Directors for the Maryland Business Roundtable for Education (MBRT) has welcomed President Kim Schatzel as the first female USM President to serve on their cross-functional board aimed at driving high student achievement for Maryland’s workforce pipeline.
Aundra Anderson to assist students at Kent County Middle and High Schools
Ensuring workforce preparedness one student at a time Recently, I had two moms of Next Generation Scholars approach me during our first Saturday Learning Experience at Frostburg State University. One said she wants her daughter … Read More
The talent that the youth in our country possess is astounding. However, research shows that a child’s potential for success and innovation depends on their family background as well as their talent. So many children are held … Read More
More than 40 students and 12 adult chaperones from Washington Middle and Fort Hill High Schools along with 60 volunteers from Frostburg State University participated in “A World of Experience,” a hands-on learning event held … Read More
Beyer to assist students at Mace’s Lane Middle School and Cambridge-South Dorchester High School
Maryland Business Roundtable for Education Executive Director and Baltimore County resident one of 52 selected for professional development program.
Adel Boyd knew from a young age that she wanted to work with children. She considered becoming a teacher or a pediatrician—even became a Certified Nursing Assistant—but it was during her undergraduate program at Salisbury University that forever changed her path forward.
Carrie Pannone grew up just over the Pennsylvania border in Springs, where she was raised by her stepfather, who worked at the Kelly Tire plant in Cumberland for more than 20 years before it closed, and her mother, a stay-at-home mom. Though neither of her parents attended college, Pannone was eager to pursue higher education.
Morgan Cox grew up in Caroline County attending the same schools she now supports as Next Generation Scholars coordinator for Maryland Business Roundtable for Education (MBRT). Her parents have also worked there for a majority of their 30-year teaching careers…