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Three Spurwink Employees Awarded MDF Next Step Maine Scholarships

By July 1, 2016October 26th, 2016Press Release

Spurwink Services announces that three employees—Sara Tompkins, Daniel Dusabimana and Joseph Mushishi—were awarded Maine Development Foundation (MDF) 2016 Next Step Maine Scholarships. A fund designed to recognize “Employees of Promise” who are nominated by their employers.

Spurwink office manager Sara Tompkins received a 2016 Next Step Maine Employee of Promise Scholarship to support her pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in Communication from Southern New Hampshire University. For a second year, University of Southern Maine students Dusabimana and Mushishi, who work as direct support professionals (DSP) assisting special needs adults in the Spurwink Residential Treatment program, were awarded scholarships.


Photo caption (left to right)]:  2016 Next Step Maine Employee of Promise Scholarship Recipient Sara Tompkins with Sue Murphy, Spurwink Adult Program Senior Program Director.