Program – Scholarship Grants
Want a challenging and satisfying career in manufacturing? Jobs in American manufacturing can lead to above average annual incomes, promising an enviable quality of life for families throughout our region. The rewards are many. But, it starts with a goal.
There are thousands of jobs waiting in automotive, aerospace, government, consumer product, military supply, tool & die making, mold building and so many other industries. From CAD/CAM to precision fabrication, a rewarding future and sense of accomplishment await your application.
Below are just some of the occupations you can consider:
|Assembler, Metal Building||Fabricator-Assembler Metal Products|
|CNC Operator||CAD/Cam Operator|
|Industrial Manufacturing Technician||Machinist (NIMS Certified)|
|Machinist||Machine Operator 1|
|Material Coordinator||Mechatronics Technician|
|Numerical Control Machine Operator||Tool Programmer, Numerical|
|Welder-Fitter||Welding Machine Operator-ARC|
Who can apply:
Our criteria for awarding one of our several annual grants is very simple: Are you enrolled in an education or training program right now? We simply need the verification of that and your filled-out application. Applications may be submitted any time of the year and will be reviewed within 30 days of receiving. The number of scholarships each year may vary depending on donations to the Foundation.
Veterans are encouraged to apply for this grant. United States citizens of any age, background or ethnicity who are enrolled in an institution of higher learning, namely, junior college, community college, technical training school, etc., may apply for a grant from our Foundation.