Connectivity Point Sponsors Scholarship Awarded to UMA Student

AUBURN, Maine  — Connectivity Point Design & Installation (CPDI) is pleased to announce that Tom Worster, a student at the University of Maine at Augusta, has been selected as the winner of one of this year’s Maine Technology Users Group (MTUG) scholarships, sponsored by Connectivity Point.

 

The scholarship program is coordinated by MTUG and administered through the University of Maine Foundation for any qualifying student in the University of Maine system.

 

“We are proud to partner with MTUG as a sponsor of this annual award. Supporting people who are learning and growing in technology fields is very important to us,” said Doug Watt, owner and president of CPDI.

 

“I’m very appreciative of the scholarships. As an adult that is going back to school, working a full time job and balancing family life, the scholarships are extremely helpful, said Tom Worster, scholarship recipient. “I’ve always been fascinated with computers and have been on them as much as I can from all the way back in middle school, so naturally I decided I wanted to do something career wise with them. I’m very big on privacy and security so I would love to get a job helping companies in those areas.”

 

Headquartered in Auburn, Maine, Connectivity Point specializes in the design and installation of infrastructure for voice, data, video, and security applications, including network cabling, audio/visual equipment, sound masking/speech privacy, surveillance and security solutions, wireless networks, and telephone systems. They perform work regionally with their own technicians in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and South Carolina; and nationally/globally through their network of pre-qualified partners. For more information, please visit connectivitypoint.com or call (866) 782-0200.

 

The Maine Technology Users Group (MTUG) is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to bringing IT professionals and business leaders together to network, educate, and share technology experiences. For more information, please visit MTUG.org or call (207) 370-5327.