Fabricators & Manufacturers Association Foundation Scholarship
There are more and more industry specific scholarships available these day.�� And not all of them are necessarily for the kind of student on a four year track for a bachelors degree. Were you a big fan of metal shop in high school? well, if you have ever considered a career in metal fabrication, welding or industrial engineering, the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association (FMA) Foundation is offering a scholarship that might be right up your alley.
The Fabricators & Manufacturers Association (FMA) Foundation and software provider SolidWorks Corp. announce the "GO-Brennan" Scholarships, tied to FMA's sponsorship of 17-year-old stock car driver Brennan Palmiter's 2009 racing season. Palmiter is proficient in four types of welding, a skill he uses to motivate other young people to consider the industrial trades as a career choice.
Palmiter appears in a video on YouTube inviting high school, trade school and college students to apply for the scholarships by posting their own video. In the video, Palmiter states, "Make it a mission to claim your tuition and gear up for a great career in manufacturing."
To qualify for the competition, students must plan to attend a trade school or two-year community college this fall for classes in welding or other metal fabricating processes. To enter, students simply make a one-minute video explaining why they want to be in manufacturing, what career they seek and where they plan to attend school. They also are encouraged to include footage of themselves welding or building with metal. The deadline to post videos is April 3 and winners will be notified by April 20.
Recipeints of this scholarship will receive a cash prize to put towards the cost of their education.�� In addition to the money,�� they will also receved CAD software, student design software, and a welders helmet.�� You can find out more at www.nutsandboltsfoundation.org.
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