In a remarkable display of talent and dedication, two outstanding students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have recently achieved significant milestones in their academic and professional journeys. Markaylee Talton and Hannah Elain Wells have demonstrated their commitment to excellence and their communities, earning recognition and opportunities that speak to the remarkable potential of HBCU students. 

Markaylee Talton: Forging a Path in the Tech Sector 

It is with great pride and excitement that we congratulate Markaylee Talton on her selection as an intern at Innovation Depot in Birmingham, Alabama. This prestigious internship opportunity is part of a program designed for students from Alabama HBCUs and is offered through the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama (EDPA) and the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC). 

The primary objective of this internship program is to provide exposure, training, and career development for young Black professionals in the tech sector. Markaylee Talton, a dedicated and promising student, will have the opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience while contributing to meaningful projects that make a difference. 

Innovation Depot, a renowned hub for innovation and entrepreneurship, offers the perfect environment for Markaylee to expand her horizons and harness her potential in the tech industry. This achievement is not only a testament to her hard work and determination but also a significant step toward diversifying the tech sector and creating opportunities for underrepresented individuals. 

Markaylee’s selection as an intern with Innovation Depot serves as a beacon of hope and inspiration for other HBCU students aspiring to make a mark in the tech world. We eagerly anticipate the incredible contributions she will make during her internship and the impact she will leave on the tech industry as a whole. 

Hannah Elain Wells: Academic Excellence and Community Service 

Hannah Elain Wells is another remarkable HBCU student who deserves recognition for her exceptional achievements. She recently received the 2nd place award in the National Association of Historically Black Colleges and Universities Title III Administrators, Inc. 2023 Scholarship competition, along with a $500 reward. 

This scholarship is not only a testament to Hannah’s academic prowess but also her unwavering dedication to community service. HBCU students are known for their commitment to uplifting their communities, and Hannah exemplifies this spirit through her remarkable achievements. 

The National Association of Historically Black Colleges and Universities Title III Administrators, Inc. scholarship acknowledges Hannah’s outstanding academic achievements, her drive for success, and her profound impact on her community. It is a reflection of her unwavering commitment to both her education and her dedication to service. 

Hannah’s achievement is a source of immense pride for her family, her HBCU, and her community. It also serves as an inspiration to other HBCU students who strive for excellence in their academics and community involvement.