SARASOTA, Fla. – TEC Services Group, Inc. is pleased to announce their annual Scholarship Program, now in its third year. The program is open to individuals employed in the Accounts Receivables Management (ARM) industry and their dependent children. Selected participants will be awarded up to $1000 in scholarship funds. Applicants are eligible to receive an award up to four times during the term of their undergraduate program.

TEC began the program in 2016 as another way to give back to the community and show continued support to the ARM industry. Last year, TEC awarded four scholarships and expects even greater participation this year. To be eligible to participate, applicants must be a United States citizen and will be required to participate in an essay, provide academic achievements and community involvement.  

“Each year, TEC supports educational development through our annual World Vision donations and Scholarship Program; we believe education is the foundation for greater opportunities and are happy to sponsor programs that provide those opportunities for success.” Says Tom Sweat, President of TEC Services Group.

For more information about the program or to request an application, please contact TEC directly at (941) 375-0300 or All applications and supporting materials must be received on or before May 31, 2018.  Scholarship recipients will be announced in August 2018.

About TEC Services Group
TEC Services Group, Inc. is a premier consulting firm serving as a trusted advisor and strategic partner to the Credit and Collections industry. Since 1998, TEC has provided professional, advisory and analytical consulting services using highly specialized subject matter experts. Our team members average 20 years of experience in Credit & Collections and we apply that expertise to every project we touch. At TEC, we commit ourselves to helping our clients achieve higher levels of IT and Operational excellence. TEC is your long-term partner invested in your success.  More at

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