About the Foundation
The mikeroweWORKS Foundation promotes hard work and supports the skilled trades in a variety of areas. We award scholarships to men and women who have demonstrated an interest in and an aptitude for mastering a specific trade. The mikeroweWORKS Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
The Foundation’s focus is on supporting the specific skilled trades that help close the Country’s skills gap and those that represent the significant bulk of our unfilled jobs
The Foundation has participated in more than $2.5 million awarded in scholarships to schools around the country, including Midwest Technical Institute, Tulsa Welding School, The Refrigeration School and Universal Technical Institute.
2015 mrWF WORK ETHIC
The 2015 mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship has launched! Learn how you can apply.
2015 mrWF “COMPETITOR” TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPSkillsUSA is pleased to announce that the mikeroweWORKS Foundation is offering a number of scholarships of up to $1,000 for SkillsUSA member students to attend the National Leadership and Skills Conference.
FACES OF THE FOUNDATION
mrWF is making a difference - check out more stories from our scholarship recipients.
Submissions are now closed and voting began April 6th – winners will be announced on or about May 4th. Thank you to all who applied!
THEIR GRATITUDE SHINES BRIGHTLYThe Summer 2015 SkillsUSA Champions magazine introduces you to five of the 2014 mikeroweWORKS Foundation Travel Scholarship recipients.
LOOK OUT WORLD…NIC’S GONNA BE AN ELECTRICIAN!
mikeroweWORKS Scholarship winner Nic DuCheny will be attending WDTI and will pursue a career in the Electrical Trades. Read the letter his father Todd wrote thanking mrWF for the scholarship.
MIKE & mrWF at SKILLSUSA 2014
Find photos, videos, and links to all the happenings at this National SkillsUSA Conference – HERE.
AMAZONSMILE & AWESOME C.R.A.P AUCTION RESULT!
Read Mike’s blog about the check the Foundation received from AmazonSmile and the great results from our recent Bobblehead & Gift Bag auction.
MICHAEL HAMRICK 2014 WORK ETHIC SCHOLARSHIP
We recently received an update from Michael’s proud Mom.