The scholarships for Trig Star 2002 were announced. Marlys Mason of Rochester is awarded the Women in Accounting Scholarship in the MassCPAs Educational Foundation’s 2022 Scholarship Program. The announcement was made by the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Around 44 students were selected to receive a scholarship from the MassCPAs Educational Foundation’s 2022 Scholarship Program. The President and CEO of the MassCPAs, Amy Pitter, shared, “The Society is honored to support these extraordinary students who are the next generation of Massachusetts CPAs. This dedicated and talented group makes us all feel confident about the future of the profession, and we couldn’t be prouder to help them along their journey.”
The other winners of Trig Star 2022
Adam Hoskin from the Portsmouth High School of Rye was named as the Trig-Star for 2022 at the Trig-Star competition held recently at the school. Kayley Lin, a student of Marshwood High School Trig Star for 2022, also won the Trig Star for 2022 at the competition held at the school.
New Program at Great Bay Community College
The Portsmouth campus’ Great Bay Community College has introduced a new program in Homeland security and Emergency management jobs. There is a growing demand for homeland security and to address this gap, the Great Bay Community College has planned to expand its Homeland Security certificate and train the next generation of emergency response professionals.
Commenting on this new program, Eric Kulberg, the GBCC criminal justice department chair, and former police officer stated, “Based on the world we live in today, the ability to respond effectively to a disaster and save lives is more important than ever. This is a hands-on career that assists with preventing and responding to disasters while working to mitigate damage in the community. The degree program is perfect for those who want to start new homeland security or emergency management career and professionals in the field looking for a promotion.”