Forrest Berg, a Woodlands High School Senior, received a $2,500 National Achievement Scholarship, underwritten by ExxonMobil.

Son of 2 engineers, Berg is the founder of Inventors without Borders, a socially concerned organization focusing on creating inventions for countries with less privileged conditions.

Forrest Berg intends to continue his academic training at Stanford or Rice, where he would pursue a career in mechanical or petroleum engineering.

Established in 1964, the National Achievement Scholarship Competition, a privately financed academic competition, honors talented black American youth and provides scholarships for their further formation.

To learn more about the National Achievement Scholarship Program, visit

Source: Houston Community Newspapers Online

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