Quantum Loophole Makes Financial Gift To Frederick Community College Foundation

It will be used for scholarships.

Check Presentation: L-R Chris Clemons, FCC Foundation Vice Chair, Dr, Annesa Payne Cheek, FCC President,  Rick Keiner, Quantum Loophole (Photo from FCC)

Frederick, Md (KM) An $8,000 gift has been received by the Frederick Community College Foundation from Quantum Loophole. FCC announced in a news release that the money will be used for scholarships for two  full time students in the STEM program which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

The college says through its partnerships with local  businesses like Quantum Loophole that its curriculum remains relevant to the current needs of the modern workforce.

“The FCC Foundation is immensely grateful to Quantum Loophole for their generous scholarship donation,” said FCC Foundation Vice Chair  Chris  Clemons. “This support plays a crucial role in empowering our students to achieve their academic and professional dreams. Together, we are building a brighter future for our community.”

Quantum Loophole is developing a data center at the former Eastalco site in Adamstown.

By Kevin McManus