SARASOTA, Fla. -- TEC Services Group, Inc. announced today the recipient of the 2019 Scholarship Program. Applicants were required to meet academic, attendance, and citizenship standard requirements for their state. This year our applicants were required to submit an essay describing what their passion is and how they expect it to impact/influence society today. TEC would like to thank all who participated in the program, now in its fourth year. TEC had a great response to the program this year.  TEC would also like to thank Corporate Advisory Solutions (CAS) as a sponsor to this year’s scholarship program. The Scholarship Program is available to employees of the ARM industry and their dependents attending a four-year accredited college or university.  

Tom Sweat, President of TEC Services Group, Inc. says:

The youth of our country have the ability to change the world. At TEC we are extremely proud to help these young men and women reach their goals through education. The scholarship program has experienced more interest then ever before and we are excited what the next year brings.” 

After careful review and consideration, the TEC Scholarship Committee determined the 2019 Scholarship will be awarded to Nathan Brelage. Congratulations Nathan!

Nathan Brelage, now in his third year at the University of Dayton majoring in Mechanical Engineering. Nathan was the recipient of TEC’s scholarship awards in 2017 and 2018. Nathan continues to be an active member of many organizations including, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Biomedical Engineering Society, and Tau Beta Pi. He also volunteers in several community and civic service programs including, Christmas on Campus (ASME), Penny Wars (Tau Beta Pi) and Camp Blue. (Father Andrew Brelage of Ontario Systems)

With this year’s sponsorship from Corporate Advisory Solutions (CAS), TEC was once again able to award additional smaller scholarships to the following recipients: 

Kelsey Baich, is in her final year at the University of Mississippi, she will graduate in May 2020 with a degree in Secondary Education. After graduation, she plans to teach history at the high school level.  Kelsey has been a recipient of the TEC scholarship now for four years. In her fourth year at Ole Miss, Kelsey is a member of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women, Student Housing and College Republicans. She continues to be an active volunteer in her community with her time in LeapFrog, Champions are Readers and Read > Lead > Achieve programs. (Father Kevin Baich of Day Knight & Associates) 

Jenna Cline as a 2019 graduate from Auburn High School in Auburn, IL.  Jenna will be attending the University of Missouri, where she will major in Nursing. During high school, Jenna was a member of the Student Council, Science Club, National Honor Society, Spanish Club, and Business Club. She has also been a volunteer in many community activities including Clean the Park, BLAST (Drug and Alcohol Prevention) and Earth Stewardship Day.  Jenna was a member of the high school volleyball team and football, basketball and competition cheer teams. (Mother Kimberlie Cline ProCom Services of Illinois, Inc.)

Chris Hunley, is in his second year at the University of Texas at Austin, majoring in Music Education. He has been a member of Texas Future Music Educators Associations. Chris has received several awards including North American Saxophone Alliance High School Solo competitions (first place) and Saxophone Academy Austin, All-State Masterclass (second place).  Chris continues to serve his community and school through his service with the Longhorn Band. (Mother Larise Lynch of EOSUSA/Collecto-INC)

Elizabeth Hartmann, a 2019 graduate of Waconia High School in Waconia, MN.  Elizabeth will be attending Gustavus Adolphus College and will major in English, minor in Communications with a focus on Pre Law.   During high school, Elizabeth was a member of the Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), National Honor Society, Pit Band, Marching Band and many clubs including Conservation, Book, Jazz.  She was also a leader of Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) were she served as Treasurer, Vice President and President and won many awards during that time. She continues to serve her community as a member of the Girl Scouts of the USA,  Faith Lutheran Youth Group and as a Sunday school teacher at her church. (Mother Jessica Hartmann of ACA International.

Alexis Morgan is in her second year at Southern Oregon University.  She is majoring in Nursing, which will allow her to pursue her aspiration to become a Nurse Practitioner, specializing in Pediatrics/Neonatal.  This summer, Alexis participated in Job Shadowing of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at a local hospital. She continues to volunteer in numerous programs to help children improve their athletic skills, reading abilities and M.A.P.S., a program for children with physical and/or learning disabilities. Alexis also received the TEC scholarship in 2019.  (Father Robert Morgan of Action Financial Services) 

Dylan Morgan attends Pacific University and will graduate in May 2020 with a Bachelor Degree in Business, with concentrations in marketing and finance. Dylan is in his fourth year of college, and this will be his fourth degree. Upon graduation Dylan will continue his education as he works to earn his Masters of Business Administration at Southern Oregon University.  He plays for the Pacific University’s Baseball team, the Boxers. Dylan continues to serve in his community as a Camp Counselor for youth sports and an umpire for youth baseball in his local areas. Dylan was also a recipient of the 2018 TEC scholarship. (Father Robert Morgan of Action Financial Services)

TEC encourages employees of the ARM industry and their dependents to apply next year. Please look for an announcement on the 2020 Scholarship Program by the end of the year. For additional questions or comments, contact TEC Services Group at or call 941-375-0300 for more information.


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