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Marlton, N.J. — June 2, 2016 — eMaint Enterprises, a global leader in Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS), has selected a winner for its first annual “Service on 11” Scholarship.
eMaint’s dedication to personalized, customer-focused service has fueled the company’s continued growth and customer retention. Going above and beyond to facilitate customer success by offering “Service on 11” has been the cornerstone of the company’s business model for 30 years.
The “Service on 11” scholarship was developed to reward students who embody this philosophy and go the extra mile for others. After receiving nearly 300 applications, eMaint selected the story of Patrick S., a premedical student at Arizona State University and a soldier for the Arizona Army National Guard. Patrick is also a certified hospice volunteer, a research assistant at the Biodesign Institute Neurodegenerative Disease Research Center, and an advocate for empowerment through education.
Patrick has traveled to Mexico on three service trips with Flying Samaritans, a group consisting of volunteer pilots, volunteer healthcare professionals, and volunteer interpreters who provide direct patient care to an underserved population.
“Overall, ‘Service on 11’ is a mentality that I strive for to affect positive change in my communities,” Patrick said. “Compassion is the driving force behind this change, and I like to believe that I am making an impact within them. I think that with such an attitude, an individual, company, or business can reach beyond expectations in their field.”
Due to the exceptional quality of applications, eMaint awarded two additional scholarships to Gianfranco F. and Allysha B. Gianfranco is a high school student who founded a clothing company that partners with charities to donate a portion of proceeds to a community in need. Allysha has visited Belize the past two years building homes, and volunteers for the Youth Impact Project, a charity that helps support over 2,500 struggling families annually by providing school supplies, clothing, haircuts, food, and more.
“eMaint’s core missions are to provide ‘Service on 11’ and a variety of educational options to facilitate success,” said eMaint’s CEO and founder, Brian Samelson. “This scholarship brings these two concepts together. It is truly humbling to see ‘Service on 11’ resonate with students committed to helping others.”
eMaint thanked SingleHop for helping to make the additional scholarships possible with a generous contribution to the “Service on 11” scholarship program.
To learn more about the work of the 2016 scholarship award winners, visit eMaint's "Service on 11" Scholarship page here.
eMaint is a global provider of Computerized Maintenance Management Software (CMMS) with operations in Florida, New Jersey, and Ireland. eMaint’s software solutions helps organizations better manage, monitor, and control maintenance operations, resources, equipment, and compliance. eMaint’s client base consists of more than 35,000 users in over 55 countries.