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2015 The mikeroweWORKS Foundation and SkillsUSA Competitor Scholarship Winners

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The 2015 mikeroweWORKS Foundation scholarship provides support for SkillsUSA state contest winners who have insufficient personal resources to travel to and participate in the 2015 National SkillsUSA Championships. The total contribution this year was $95,000 — up from $50,000 in 2014 because of the generosity of not only mikeroweWORKS, but also DEWALT and Cisco Systems,…

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DEWALT Contribution to the mikeroweWORKS Foundation Provides Additional Support for SkillsUSA Scholarships in 2015

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Assistance for Students to Demonstrate their Skills Leesburg, Va. — SkillsUSA is pleased to announce that the mikeroweWORKS Foundation is increasing the number of scholarships for SkillsUSA member students to attend the National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, June 22-26. The total amount available for scholarships will increase from $50,000 in prior years…

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Missouri Students Receive the 2015 mikeroweWORKS Foundation & Midwest Tech Scholarship

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Congratulations to Cole Villines and Travis Johns who have been awarded a 2015 mrWF/MTI scholarship. Both students will be entering the Jorneyman Welder Program at MTI this summer. Cole Villines, a senior at Buffalo High School, and Travis Johns, a senior at Skyline High School, were each presented the Mike Rowe WORKS Foundation & Midwest…

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The mikeroweWORKS Foundation Awards Tools Scholarships In 2015 for Students at AED-Affiliated Technical Schools

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2014 mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship Winners

The Foundation has partnered with Scholarship America to offer the 2014 mikeroweWORKS Foundation Work Ethic Scholarship. The  scholarship is not limited to a particular school or trade but is available to any qualified individual who is enrolled or about to be enrolled in an approved technical or vocational-related program. GREAT NEWS! All eligible finalists were…

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