THE FUTURE IS BRIGHT

JMS STEM AWARD

"I plan on running information systems and defending networks in a major enterprise or even a government agency, or developing software at a tech firm such as World Wide Technologies, Microsoft, etc. Technology is what I love and what I plan to pursue as a career. Technology is what I love and what I plan to pursue as a career." - Max Adamski 2018 JMS STEM Award Winner

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Ben Young

2020 CBC High School JMS STEM Award Winner

My name is Ben Young and I graduated from CBC in 2020. I moved to Missouri S&T where I’m majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

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Drake Duenwald

2017 CBC High School JMS STEM Award Winner

I have been a lover of STEM since I can remember, and I have never been able to get enough of it. From participating in robotics since I was in third grade to starting my own custom software company, and everything in between.

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Luke Parker

2019 CBC High School JMS STEM Award Winner

My name is Luke Parker and I graduated from CBC in 2019. Now I go to Make School in San Francisco where I’m majoring in applied computer science.

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Casimir Smith

2016 CBC High School JMS STEM Award Winner

I graduated from CBC in 2016, and now I’m at Rice University majoring in Mechanical Engineering and minoring in Engineering Design

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Max Adamski

2018 CBC High School JMS STEM Award Winner

I am very honored to be the recipient of the Joshua M. Seidel award for STEM. I’ve always been interested in computers since I was 5...

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Jack Reddan

2015 CBC High School JMS STEM Award Winner

My name is Jack Reddan, and I just finished my Junior year at the University of Notre Dame. Some of my favorite courses so far have been Design of Machine Elements, Mechanics (Statics and Dynamics),