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Wondershare™ Announces Winners for the Scholarship Program Aiding College - bound High School Graduates

June 18, 2013 by liutong


SACRAMENTO, CA - June 19, 2013 - Wondershare, a world-class developer of Windows® and Mac® utility applications and mobile apps announced today the winners for its scholarship program which aims to aid college-bound high school seniors and further inspire their interests in technology. Stefani Pyorre from Antelope High School in Antelope,CAand Faith Lemire-Baetenfrom Liberty Ranch High School in Galt, CAhave been awarded $1,000.00 scholarships; owing to their outstanding essays and uniqueideas on how technology changes and enriches people's lives.

Nowadays, it's often a challenge for high school students to pay for college. This has the effect of keeping some of our brightest minds from getting a college degree, and denies the global workforce qualified technology-oriented workers. Under such circumstances, Wondershare started this scholarship program in March this year, hoping to step up to help combat the problem by providing technology and financial resources to students.

FaithLemire-Baeten, who graduated class Valedictorian and will be attending Harvey Mudd College as an engineering studentsaid "Thanks Wondershare for awarding me with this scholarship and providing me the opportunityto help innovate the next set of technologies the world will rely on."

Stefani Pyorre, to be studying computer engineering at the University of California Santa Barbara, was honored to be selected as the second scholarship winner and added "We are witnessing technology's capacity to make an awesome difference in the world in which we live, and winning Wondershare scholarship will help reduce my financial burdens and encourage me to pursue greater excellence through innovation at UCSB."

In addition to the scholarship program, Wondershare also announced the "Software for Schools" donation programback in March to include new software titles available to schools. To date, Wondershare has donated more than 1,000 copies of its popular Video Editor movie making software, and now additional titles including Wondershare PDF Editor for Windows (excluding the optional OCR Plugin) and PDF Editor for Mac are available for donation. Interested teachers and school administrators are encouraged to send an email to software4school@wondershare.com to request additional information or to request as many licenses as needed to outfit their classrooms.

Learn more about Wondershare's entire lineup of award winning multi-media, business productivity, PDF, and system utility software products at wondershare.com.


About Wondershare

Wondershare, an IDG invested company, is an innovative software developer dedicated to delivering the very best in software products and services to the worldwide consumer and business market segments. Wondershare has branch offices in the United States and Japan. Wondershare has been honored as Deloitte Tech Fast 500 Asia Pacific and China 50 for three consecutive years, and Forbes Business Potential of China for two consecutive years. For more information about Wondershare and its products, please visit http://www.wondershare.com.


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