Shelly Clark, center, vice president of operations at Maine Real Estate & Development Association, stands with students Sarah Pierce, left, and Bailey Pullen, right, who were named recipients of scholarships for study at CMCC.

AUBURN — Sarah Pierce and Bailey Pullen, second-year students in the business administration program at Central Maine Community College, have been awarded $1,250 scholarships from the Maine Real Estate & Development Association for study this academic year.

A resident of Greene, Pierce has earned highest honors at CMCC, where she has worked as a peer tutor in the Math and Science Center. After she earns her business degree in December, Pierce plans to complete the network security/computer forensics program at the college. She hopes to pursue a career as a computer forensics investigator.

Pullen completed the criminal justice program with high honors in May 2017 and has now earned president’s honors in the business program. A resident of Canton, she is employed as an accounting assistant at H.E. Callahan Construction.

After CMCC, she may pursue a bachelor’s degree in accounting and then become a CPA.

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