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The Faces of the Foundation

Thanks to all the many individuals and companies who support the mikeroweWORKS Foundation in a variety of ways, we’ve been able to assist hundreds of individuals who are interested in learning a skill and mastering a trade.  Not only are they helping themselves by pursuing a great career, they are helping to close America’s Skills Gap which ultimately means they’re helping all of us. If you want more information on current mrW Foundation scholarship opportunities, please click here.  If you’re a company who wants to help support the Foundation’s work, please let us know here.

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NICHOLAS WILLIAMS – mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship – Nick will graduate with an Associates Degree in Electronic Engineering. He plans to go for his Bachelors, but he also hopes to be working in the electronics industry while he continues his studies, which seems likely. Several technology-recruiting firms have already contacted him, and they are patiently awaiting his graduation day.
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ANDREI MUNTEAN mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship – In September 2016, Andrei graduated Coyne as a Certified Electrical Technician. He’s working full time at Grant and hopes one day to own his own business. Andrei has come a long way, both literally and figuratively, from the Romanian boy who dreamed of becoming an accountant.
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MICHAEL MCRAIN – mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship – Mike is studying Business Management because he and Uncle Jamie intend to open their own automotive shop one day. Jamie has worked for Mazda for nearly 30 years and likes the idea of he and Mike hanging their own shingle..
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ROBBY TOTTEN mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship – Robby is in his second year at Alfred State College and working as a paid intern at H.O. Penn Machinery Company-CAT Equipment Dealer. He plans to graduate in May of 2017, after which, he hopes to continue his work at HO Penn as a Field Technician.
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AARON WILSON – mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship – Aaron graduated from the Automotive Training Center in Exton, PA. Today, he works as an Automotive Technician at Red Lion Chevrolet.
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CASEY KITTS – mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship – Today, Casey attends UNOH’s high performance automotive program. He learned of the mikeroweWORKS Work Ethic Scholarship Program from UNOH’s financial aid office.
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SYDNEY CLIFTON 2015 mrWF SkillsUSA (NLSC) – Bronze Medalist in the Welding Sculpture category. Sydney goes to Sabin-Schellenberg Center High School in Milwaukie, OR.
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BALTIMORE TEAM 2015 SkillsSUSA (NLSC) – Phillip Edwards, Kells McDonald III, Isiah Manns, Silver Medalist Interactive Application & Game Development Team. The team is from Western School of Tech & Environmental Science, Baltimore, MD.
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BRIAN BARROWS 2015 SkillsUSA (NSLC) – Brian won the gold medal in Technical Drafting. He goes to Nashua High School South.


2014 mrWF MTI Scholarship Recipients Express Their Thanks
Established in 2013, the mrWF/MTI Scholarship program awards a select number of graduating high school seniors with a 100 percent tuition-free scholarship for one of MTI’s workforce training programs in a number of mechanical trade and allied health fields.

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