The Palm Beach State College Foundation received a $100,000 donation from the Meyer and Bernice Kesner Foundation to support the College’s STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) initiative.
The Meyer and Bernice Kesner Foundation scholarship, which was given in honor of the late Palm Beach Gardens couple, will be a five-year scholarship open to students pursuing STEM careers.
Meyer taught continuing education classes in beginning level management at the College in 1980. He had a degree in management from Rutgers University. … Continue reading STEAM initiative receives $100,000 donation
When it came time for Palm Beach State College students and twin sisters Hannah and Hailey Lord to decide where they would pursue their bachelor’s degrees, it was a no-brainer.
At the time, the two were Dr. Floyd F. Koch Honors College students who had just earned their Associate in Arts degrees at PBSC. At graduation, they were both smiling ear-to-ear because they were getting their degrees with no debt thanks to their Presidential Honors College Scholarship, … Continue reading Twins to graduate with no debt thanks to scholarship
Kavita Braun and Carlos Becerra, both excelling in STEM-related studies at Palm Beach State College, were among 15 students to win $1,000 scholarships from the Ford Motor Company Fund at the STEM Summit co-hosted by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities.
The PBSC students competed against more than 30 sophomores, juniors and seniors from area universities, who gathered Oct. 9 at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach to learn about jobs and internships in science, … Continue reading Diversity inspires PBSC STEM scholarship winners