2022 SkillsUSA and Fine Homebuilding #KeepCraftAlive Scholarship Recipients

Published: July 21, 2022
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Fine Homebuilding and #KeepCraftAlive annually award multiple $2,500 college/post-secondary scholarships to SkillsUSA students in the construction pathways as part of their mission to support students who possess a passion for the skilled trades.

Amelia Hess Mountainview High School, Va.

Annah Evavold North Dakota College of Science, N.D.

Annie Krukis Morris County School of Technology, N.J.

Ben Kwasniewski Webster Area High School, S.D.

Carlos Balderas Iowa Lakes Community College, Iowa

Emily Martinez Wilkes Community College, N.C.

Emily Stinson Chattanooga State Community College, Tenn.

David Flavio Noyola B.F. Terry High School, Texas

Hailey Hoffman Columbus High School, Neb.

Hannah Sander Diamond Oaks High School, Ohio

Helen Walker Southeast Community College, Neb.

Jessie Calderon Rudder High School, Texas

Joseph Reynolds RG Drage CTC, Ohio

Luis Jasso Tri County Tech, Okla.

Makenzie Meyer Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn-Remsen-Union (MMCRU) High School, Iowa

Nicole Cindric Auburn Career Center, Ohio

Thomas Horan New Providence High School, N.J.

Tyler Martin Cass High School, Ga.

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