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Kellen Shroeder mrWF Work Ethic Scholarship Recipient suggests listen to your dad & check out a welding program

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By the time Kellen Shroeder reached the second grade he knew exactly what he wanted to be when he grew up – a paleontologist. He was fascinated by fossils and delighted by dinosaurs. It’s easy to understand considering where he grew up. Plattsmouth, Nebraska is rich with limestone deposits. Kellen loved to hunt for fossils…


Joshua Loy – mrW Scholarship Recipient & All-Around Good Guy

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Meet Joshua Loy. Josh has two degrees, a BA in History from Armstrong State University in Savannah, Georgia, and an MA in English as a second language from the University of Birmingham in England. So why is Josh now studying HVAC at Manchester Community College? Well, at 36 he’s in the process of reinventing himself….


Joshua Adamcyk ~ Anything is possible if you understand how it works

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Joshua Adamcyk did not do well in high school. His family was going through a difficult period that he refers to simply as “family issues.” It affected his schoolwork – badly. His grades were sub-par. So much so, that he was held back – twice. Even though Josh wasn’t excelling at his schoolwork, the meme…


Matt Ghigliotti – helping others and working hard

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Meet Matthew Ghigliotti. Matt is currently studying Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVAC-R) at Vatterott College in Kansas City, MO thanks in part to a work ethic scholarship from the mikeroweWORKS Foundation. He plans to graduate in December of this year. And since he’s maintained a position on Vatterott’s President’s list with a GPA…


Real-Life Tradesmen ‘Somebody’s Gotta Do It’

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Many of your were no doubt expecting another post from me today, reminding you for the umpteenth time to watch the season premiere of Somebody’s Gotta Do It, tonight at 9pm on CNN. Well, think again. There’s more to life than watching television, even when it’s wildly entertaining, profoundly compelling, and potentially life-changing. Instead, I’d…