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International Marine Electronics Alliance Hands Out Scholarships

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The International Marine Electronics Alliance, a nonprofit supporting the National Marine Electronics Association, awarded scholarships to two students enrolled in marine technology programs.

John Barry, board chairman; Mark Reedenauer of IMEA and NMEA; and scholarship recipient Tyler Perlow.

John Barry, board chairman; Mark Reedenauer of IMEA and NMEA; and scholarship recipient Tyler Perlow.

Tyler Perlow, a student at Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn, N.Y., was awarded a $2,500 scholarship, along with free admission to NMEA’s basic installer certification training classes. Shane Eubank, a student at Skagit Valley College in Anacortes, Wash., received the same scholarship.

“IMEA sincerely thanks our donors who have contributed to the launch of the IMEA scholarship program,” board chairman John Barry said in a statement. “We encourage others in the marine electronics industry to step forward and financially support this program.”

Daniel Joram of Nobeltec (left) and scholarship recipient Shane Eubank.

Daniel Joram of Nobeltec (left) and scholarship recipient Shane Eubank.

Contact IMEA at info@nmea.org for more information.

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