Triangle Tech congratulates their 2016 scholarship recipients
Triangle Tech recently announced their 2016 scholarship award recipients. All of these winners have demonstrated outstanding achievement, talent, and leadership qualities. Financial need is not a consideration in determining these awards. Triangle Tech awards one scholarship for each of its Associate in Specialized Technology Degree program offered. This year, there were 70 applicants and 20 of these students received the scholarship to cover 25% of their tuition cost. The winners are selected by an independent committee comprised of individuals representing business, education and government.
These scholarships are given once a year. Congratulations to all of our 2016 recipients!
At the Pittsburgh school, there were five students that earned this honor. The 2016 Scholarship Winners are Ryan Stemple from Shanksville High School for Welding, Daykwahn Wilkerson from Gateway High School for Carpentry and Construction, Greg Johns Jr. from Armstrong High School for Maintenance Electricity, Alex Wilson from Pine Richland High School for RHVAC and Cole LaRock from Curwensville High School for RHVAC.
At the Erie School, the 2016 Computer-Aided Drafting & Design Scholarship Winner is Luke Hassett from Fort LeBoeuf High School. The 2016 Scholarship Winner for Maintenance Electricity is Perry Toran, who received his GED.
The Greensburg school had four students earn scholarships. The 2016 Welding Scholarship Winner is Brandon Jones, a graduate of Blacklick Valley High School. The 2016 Refrigeration, Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Scholarship Winner is Tristan Smith, who earned his GED. The 2016 Maintenance Electricity Scholarship Winner is Mark Coleman from Homer Center High School. Nathan Rall from Jeannette High School is the 2016 Scholarship Winner for Computer-Aided Drafting & Design.
At the DuBois School, there were three students that earned this honor. The 2016 Computer-Aided Drafting & Design Scholarship Winner is Hayden Snyder, a graduate of Clarion-Limestone High School. The 2016 Maintenance Electricity Scholarship Winner is Zane Edward Carns, a graduate of Philipsburg-Osceola High School. The 2016 Welding Scholarship Winner is Hunter Laskovich, a graduate of Cambria Heights High School.
The Sunbury School also awarded three scholarships to students. The 2016 Carpentry & Construction Scholarship Winner is Paul Nye, a graduate of Hazelton High School. The 2016 Maintenance Electricity Scholarship Winner is Clinton Engle, a graduate of Jersey Shore High School. The 2016 Welding Scholarship Winner is Jacinda Walborn, a graduate of Buena High School in Arizona.
At the Bethlehem School, there were three students that earned this honor. The 2016 Carpentry & Construction Scholarship Winner is Keith Pinkerton, a graduate of Emmaus High School. The 2016 Maintenance Electricity Scholarship Winner is Jarrett Barbaro, a graduate of East Stroudsburg High School. The 2016 Welding Scholarship Winner is Case Vogelaar, a graduate of Netherlands Reformed Christian School.