Secondary Education Industrial Technology Scholarship and Grant Recipients


 2012

Scholarships

At its 84th annual convention and student competition on May 9-12, 2012 in Saginaw, MI, the Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society awarded scholarships to students interested in pursuing a professional career as an Industrial Education, Technology Education or Career and Technical Education teacher.  To qualify for consideration, students must be recommended by a MITES member and be maintaining a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in their major.

The 3 students below received scholarships based on their educational progress and commendable academic performance.  All three are members of the NMU-Student Industrial Technology Education Society (SITES)

The amount of scholarship money awarded depends on a studentís grade level and is awarded as follows: Freshman-$500, Sophomore-$750, Junior-$1,000 and Senior-$1,500.  Congratulations!

                                                                                                                  

    Senior - Michael Goldsworthy, Lake Linden, MI                                    Senior - Kurt Sanderson, Elmhurst, IL                      Sophomore - Chase Stoeger, Hortonville, WI

Grant

Award: Destination Learning Grant-TE350

To: Northern Michigan University/Michael Turino

From: Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society

Amount: $250.00

 


 

 2011

Scholarships

At its 83rd annual convention and student competition on May 4-7, 2011 in Lansing, MI, the Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society awarded scholarships to students interested in pursuing a professional career as an Industrial Education, Technology Education or Career and Technical Education teacher.  To qualify for consideration, students must be recommended by a MITES member and be maintaining a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in their major.

 

The 7 students below received scholarships based on their educational progress and commendable academic performance.  All seven are members of the NMU-Student Industrial Technology Education Society (SITES)

 

The amount of scholarship money awarded depends on a studentís grade level and is awarded as follows: Freshman-$500, Sophomore-$750, Junior-$1,000 and Senior-$1,500.  Congratulations to all!

 

L to R:  Matthew Barbercheck, Andy Richard, Chase Stoeger, Kurt Sanderson, Tim Wood, Aaron Nault......and Michael Goldsworthy


 

2010

Scholarship

 

       Gary Herschell, Senior
       Sault Ste. Marie, MI

 

Grants

 

Award: Classroom Mini-Grant-TE350

To: Northern Michigan University/Michael Turino

From: Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society

Amount: $683.00

 

Award: Program Development - Secondary Education Industrial Technology student organization - SITES

To: Northern Michigan University/Michael Turino

From: Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society

Amount: $750.00

 


 

2009

Scholarships

At its 81st annual convention and student competition on May 6-9, 2009 in Battle Creek, MI, the Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society awarded scholarships to students interested in pursuing a professional career as an Industrial Education, Technology Education or Career and Technical Education teacher.  To qualify for consideration, students must be recommended by a MITES member and be maintaining a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in their major.

 

The students below received scholarships based on their educational progress and commendable academic performance.  All five are members of the NMU-Student Industrial Technology Education Society (SITES)

 

The amount of scholarship money awarded depends on a studentís grade level and is awarded as follows: Freshman-$500, Sophomore-$750, Junior-$1,000 and Senior-$1,500.  Congratulations to all!

 

Matthew Barbercheck, Sophomore

Columbus, IN

Michael Goldsworthy, Sophomore

Lake Linden, MI

Andrew Granger, Senior

Cheboygan, MI

Gary Herschell, Senior
Sault Ste. Marie, MI

Barrett Willard, Senior

Bemidji, MN

 

Grants

Award: Professional Development - Collaboration with 4 other universities to merge IX and TX teacher certifications.

To: Northern Michigan University

From: Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society

Amount: $366.66

 

Award: Program Development - Secondary Education Industrial Technology student organization - SITES

To: Michael Turino

From: Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society

Amount: $2,200

 

Award: CTE Teacher Recruitment and Retention

To: Northern Michigan University

From: MDE - Office of Career and Technical Education

Amount: $1,470

 


 

 2008

 

Scholarships

At its 80th annual convention and student competition on May 7 -10, 2008, in Lansing, MI, the Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society awarded scholarships to students interested in pursuing a professional career as an Industrial Education, Technology Education or Career and Technical Education teacher. 

 

To qualify for consideration, industrial technology education students must be recommended by an industrial education professor, obtain a letter of support from a MITES member, and be maintaining a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in their major.

 

The amount of scholarship money awarded depends on a studentís grade level.  The levels of funds awarded are as follows: Freshman - $500, Sophomore - $750, Junior - $1,000 and Senior - $1,500.

Of the seven students throughout the State receiving scholarships, three are enrolled in the SEIT teacher education program at Northern Michigan University.  The three young men pictured below are deserving recipients as they own grade point averages well above the 3.0 minimum required and consistently make the Deanís List.  Congratulations to Michael, Gary and Andrew!

Michael Bryant, Junior

Iron Mountain, MI

Gary Herschell, Sophomore

Sault Ste. Marie, MI

Andrew Richard, Sophomore

Florence, WI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grant

 

Award: CTE Teacher Recruitment and Retention

To: Northern Michigan University

From: MDE - Office of Career and Technical Education

Amount: $7,000

 


 

 

2007

 

Grant

Award: CTE Teacher Recruitment and Retention

To: Northern Michigan University

From: MDE - Office of Career and Technical Education

Amount: $7,000


 

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