Every day, the people of Battelle (the world’s largest nonprofit research and development organization), apply science and technology to solving what matters most. At major technology centers and national laboratories around the world, Battelle conducts research and development, designs and manufactures products, and delivers critical services for government and commercial customers.

Battelle is guided by their mission to reinvest their profits for greater purpose. This was the vision of its founder Gordon Battelle and what guides their philanthropic efforts to support STEM education. Through this work, Battelle aims to inspire the next generation of leaders, whose contributions will advance their community and the public good.

With a Battelle-owned office in Harford County dedicated toward STEM, Battelle is proud to support an annual scholarship at Harford Community College for the betterment of the community.

The scholarship supports two students seeking degrees in science, engineering or mathematics. To be considered, a student must be a resident of Harford or Cecil Counties and meet other requirements.

Featured in the photo (left to right):  Andrea Marsh, Battelle, Robin Sullivan, HCC, Claire Hageman, 2016 Scholarship Recipient, Bill Schaff, Battelle, Katherine Soltysiak, 2016 Scholarship Recipient, Clara Jegede, Battelle, and Bob Stein, Battelle.