Germantown Student Wins Maryland Chiefs of Police Association Scholarship Award
Recent Seneca Valley High School graduate and Germantown resident has been awarded the Maryland Chiefs of Police Association Scholarship Award.
On July 26, Montgomery County Police Chief Thomas J. Manger awarded Bryan Midlam the award. Bryan is a 2017 graduate of Seneca Valley High School who will begin attending classes at the University of Maryland in the fall and will study Criminal Justice and Spanish.
Each year the Maryland Chiefs of Police Association offers a Scholarship Award opportunity to full-time post-secondary education students enrolled or planning to enroll in a law enforcement curriculum. Residents of the State of Maryland between the ages of 17 and 21 may compete for this prestigious $500.00 scholarship award. Selection of the scholarship recipients will be based on scholastic achievement and community/school involvement.
Bryan was endorsed for the chiefs association scholarship by Chief Manger.
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