Active Data Awards $1000 Scholarship

Michigan High School Senior Wins Inaugural Award

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Bethlehem, Pa. (PRWEB) May 09, 2014

Active Data, a leading provider of web calendar software to create event communities, announced today Addison Mauck, a senior at Shrine High School in Royal Oak, Michigan, has won the inaugural Active Data scholarship. The scholarship, awarded to Mauck for her essay on the importance of being aware of campus events for a college student’s success, is worth $1,000.00.

“We are big believers in higher education and understand the financial challenges some students and their families face as they embark on a college career,” said Susan Yee, CEO of Active Data. “As our parents told us, college is the best time of our lives, and to take full advantage of their opportunities, students need to maximize their opportunities within the campus community.”

Mauck has been accepted to and will attend Loyola University, Chicago in the fall of 2014.

In her essay, Mauck described how she turned the courtyard at her high school into a community calendar. “You have to know what is going on around campus in order to become involved, and you have to become involved in order to be successful,” she wrote.

You can learn more about the Active Data Scholarship and Addison Mauck at http://www.activedata.com/2014-scholarship-winner/.

Active Data enables its clients across North America and Europe to create heightened engagement with their audience by solving chronic calendar pain – defined as the disconnect between events and the people the events are intended for. The company’s solutions have made a dramatic positive impact in the higher education space, K-12 education, Government and Non Profit markets. Within the last year, Active Data has expanded into Europe and Canada, and has experienced significant consistent growth of its hosted calendar client base. Active Data has more than 450 clients worldwide.

About Active Data
Active Data builds event communities. Active Data’s web calendars make it easy for people to search, find, register for and share events. With over 10,000 licensed users adding events daily plus tens of thousands more that submit events for approvals, Active Data helps cure chronic calendar pain. The company was founded in 1999 and serves over 450 clients in the higher education, K12, government, healthcare, corporate and non profit markets. For more, visit http://www.activedata.com.


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