Dr. Sherrie Ford Manufacturing as a Career Path Scholarship Recipients

Winter 2016 Term Scholarship Recipients

          Trinity Dahl 

          Trinity is currently pursuing a two-year welding associates degree at North Dakota State College
           of Science. During his time in school, he has made the dean's list and earned an
           outstanding academic achievement award. He hopes to start his own custom fabrication
           and repair shop in the future. 


          North Dakota State College of Science, Whapeton, ND




          Adam DeMarco

          Adam is pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering from Youngstown State
          University. He is currently working part-time in a manufacturing plant in the
          die department, gaining valuable knowledge and experience in the
          manufacturing field.


          Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH
          Mechanical Engineering 




          Matthew Freitas

          Matthew is working towards a degree in manufacturing engineering at Rochester
          Institute of Technology. His interest in manufacturing engineering came as he
          advanced his studies in precision machining. He is looking forward to a career
          that will continually challenge him. 


          Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY
          Manufacturing Engineering




          Kenneth Goodell

          Kenneth is currently in his second year at Clackamas Community College pursuing
          a dual degree in manufacturing and CAD/CAM technologies. He is passionate about
          restoring classic cars and does all the mechanical and body work himself. He hopes
          that with the skills and knowledge from his degree, he can one day turn his hobby into
          a career, creating hard-to-find car parts.

          Clackamas Community College, Oregon City, OR
          Manufacturing Technology and CAD/CAM Programs




          Brittney Hunt

          Brittney is pursuing a degree in chemistry, with a minor in economics, at Allegheny 
          College. She has worked as a quality engineering intern at BASF Corporation and
          has plans to work at Covestro as a commerical/technical intern this summer.


          Allegheny College, Meadville, PA
          Chemistry and minor in Economics  





         Jeremy Kaszycki

         Jeremy is a junior at Bradley University studying manufacturing engineering with a 
         concentration in lean manufacturing. He is passionate about improving things and 
         discovering ways to simplify processes, and is motivated on making a positive impact
         on the world in the future.


         Bradley University, Peoria, IL
         Manfacturing Engineering




          Christopher Kuehl

         Christopher is pursuing an associate degree in advanced manufacturing engineering technology
         at Johnson College of Technology. Working in manufacturing as a machine operator the past
         few years rekindled his affinity for technology, thus pushing him to pursue a degree. He is 
         interested in sustainable energy and defense and aerospace, and hopes to make great 
         contributions to the field.


          Johnson College of Technology, Scranton, PA 
          Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Technology 



          Teresa Lewis

          Teresa is working toward an associate degree in global logistics technology at Guilford
          Technical Community College. Throughout her time in school, she has been on the dean's
          list, president's list and awarded membership to Phi Theta Kappa honor society. She also
          holds a lean manufacturing six sigma green belt.

          Guilford Technical Community College, Jamestown, NC 
          Global Logistics Technologies 




          Hannah Quade

          Hannah is pursuing a degree in industrial engineering and management at North Dakota State
          University. She has interned at a manufacturing company and has enjoyed learning more about lean
  manufacturing and working with production associates while implementing new processes.   


          North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND
          Industrial Engineering and Management  





          Kaitlyn Raffier

          Kaitlyn is studying chemical engineering at the University of Maine. She plans to pursue a career
          that engineers ways to streamline manufacturing processes to make them more efficient. She plans
          to participate in two co-ops at paper mills during her time in college to learn more about current
          manufacturing technologies, with the hopes of being able to improve upon them in the future.


          University of Maine, Orono, ME
          Chemical Engineering 





          Caleb Sale 

          Caleb is studying mechanical engineering at the Oregon Institute of Technology. He wants to 
          get a job on the engineering side of a manufacturing company in the future. He is drawn to 
          manufacturing because he can see what he is working on become a physical product.


          Oregon Institute of Technology, Klamath Falls, OR
          Mechanical Engineering 





          Henry Southway

          Henry is an industrial engineering student at California Polytechnic State University.
          He serves on the executive committee of Delta Tau Delta fraternity and also works
          as a horse wrangler. He hopes to use his work experience and education to be a part
          of the next generation of innovators.


          California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA
          Industrial Engineering



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