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SCHOOL NOTES

April 25, 1994

Bank establishes scholarship program

Citizens National Bank has established a scholarship program at Howard Community College.

Two full-time students will be awarded $500 each per semester for tuition. The program begins this fall.

Citizens National Bank selected Howard Community College, which is in the bank's service area, in recognition of the support residents and businesses have shown over the years for the bank.

The bank has pledged to offer part-time employmenopportunities to award recipients.

Information: 992-4810.

Program helps students master math, science

The Black Student Achievement Program Mathematics and Science Summer Bridge Program will take place from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 27-29 at Howard Community College.

The program helps eighth- and ninth-graders master skills in mathematics and science that will support their academic success.

Enrollment is limited to 40 students. Application deadline is May 6; those accepted will be notified May 12. Tuition is $350, and financial assistance is available, based on family income. The Financial Assistance Form must be submitted with the program application.

Included in the program is academic instruction in Algebra I or geometry, science research and computer applications. There will be workshops on Scholastic Assessment Test preparation and study and test taking skills, communication and negotiation skills and conflict resolution. Also featured are recreation, field trips to museums and readings in literature, history, political science and economics.

Information: 313-6806.

Administrator to serve on People Pride board

Sandra Harriman, director of development and alumni affairs at Howard Community College, has been appointed by Gov. William Donald Schaefer to serve on the board of directors of the People Pride Inc. Foundation.

Established in 1992, People Pride raises funds for projects that "foster people pride" in Maryland.

The current beneficiary of the foundation is the Maryland You Are Beautiful program. The program honors volunteers across the state with its different projects, such as the Student Literacy Writing Competition, the Senior Citizens Arts Competition and the Maryland's Most Beautiful People volunteer awards ceremony.

An HCC administrator since 1990, Ms. Harriman serves as executive director of the HCC Educational Foundation and president of the Maryland Community College Resource Development Association. She is a Laurel resident and president of the Columbia Patuxent Rotary Club.

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