Our alumni are special to us at JBMA! We seek to prepare each of our students to be part of a lifelong community that continues to foster the growth of students who pass  through our doors. At JBMA, our students go on to achieve great things and we love to stay in touch with each and every one of them to offer support and encouragement in their education and careers.

We are working on growing our community of alumni! One of the best ways to connect with us is through email. This page will be a great resource for you to get connected and we hope to hear from you about your successes and experiences after your time here at Bruno!

Please share with us! We are always looking to stay connected and hear about where our alumni have been!

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Alumni News

Thanks to everyone who came out for the 2nd Annual Alumni Cornhole Tournament! Check back with us soon for more alumni updates!

JBMA Alums Excel at the 2017 Alabama Science and Engineering Fair

Former JBMA Alums Bela and Deven Patel competed this year in the 2017 Alabama Science and Engineering Fair. Placing 1st Place in Physical and Chemical Energy, Deven also received the NASA Award for Excellence, the Boeing Best of Physical Energy Award and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Award for his project “Long-distance Wireless Transfer Of Energy For Use In Space”. Bela placed 2nd in the Energy and Transportation Category, also winning the Boeing Best in Chemical Energy Award.

Both Bela and Deven received the Association of Energy Engineers Award. 

Learn more about Dunya’s project by clicking the link below.

Al-laj’een: The Zaatari Refugee Camp

Former JBMA Student Dunya Habash Raising Awareness About Syrian Refugee Crisis

Dunya Habash, a graduate of JBMA, is currently pursuing work in documentary filmmaking to portray the issues facing Syrian refugees. She is sharing her cause through a kickstarter program to help raise awareness for this global problem. Be sure to check out her short documentary about Zaatari, a refugee camp in Jordan.

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