-  The Manufacturing Institute, in collaboration with University of Phoenix – a global education provider – awarded twenty (20) qualified individuals with a full-tuition scholarship for an undergraduate or master’s degree at University of Phoenix. Awarded to individuals currently employed by a manufacturer or wanting to pursue a career in the industry, The Manufacturing Institute Scholarship allows manufacturing working learners to access the education needed to advance their skills in today’s advanced manufacturing workplaces.

The Manufacturing Institute and University of Phoenix would like to congratulate the following scholarship recipients:
 
Stacey Bibik – Arvada, Colo.
Kevin Conrad – Noblesville, Ind.
Chelsi Craddock – Belluno, BL (Italy)
Christopher Creamer – Monmouth Junction, N.J.
Tamo Duske – Centennial, Colo.
Daniel Evangelista – Madera, Calif.
Brian Fiscus – Middleton, Ohio
Jacob Hogg – Pullman, Wash.
Ryan Jessen – Wall Lake, Iowa
Daniel Kaercher – Columbus, Ohio
Russell Knight – Denver, Colo.
Brent Kuskie – Mount Vernon, Ohio
Charles Lamb – Morris, Ill.
Chelse Monnier – Grinnell, Iowa
Christopher Schnupp – Phoenix, Ariz.
Keri Steward – Morrow, Ga.
Leland Stroud – Garner, N.C.
Kendy Troiano – Columbus, Ohio
Darcie Utterback – Bucoda, Wash.
Jason Walker – Spring, Texas

“The Manufacturing Institute is proud to provide these exceptional manufacturing employees and students opportunities to further their education at University of Phoenix and directly impact their company’s success and their career advancement goals,” said Jennifer McNelly, president, The Manufacturing Institute.  “Manufacturers’ ability to compete globally depends on an educated and skilled workforce. These individuals represent the workforce that will lead the innovation that is critical to our U.S. manufacturing base.”

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