Scholarship Winners Announced

SkillsUSA announced the winners for various scholarships:

The Southeastern Construction Owners and Associates Roundtable (SCOAR)

The Southeastern Construction Owners and Associates Roundtable (SCOAR) is awarding $1,000 scholarships for students who wish to pursue further education or credentialing in a construction-related field.

This scholarship opportunity was open to SkillsUSA students who live in, or plan to attend school in one of the following eleven Southeastern states – Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.

2018 SCOAR Scholarship Recipients
Juan Badillo, Gwinnett Tech, Ga.
Peyton Bailey, Summertown High School, Tenn.
Preston Bethea, Elmore County (Ala.) Technical Center
Charles Bozarth, Etowah County(Ala.) Career Technical Center
Blake Conner, Bunn High School, N.C.
Joshua Couey, A.P Brewer High School, Ala.
Michael Evans, Tennessee College of Applied Technology
Parker Gillespie, West Henderson (N.C.) High School
Logan Hatten, Gulfport (Miss.) High School
Shawn Mcquade, Pinellas Technical College, Fla.
Austin Noack, Bearden High School, Ark.
McKenna Pippen, Jones County (Miss.) Junior College,
Hunter Radford, Blacksburg High School, Va.
John Smith, Guildford Technical Community College, N.C.
Sierra Villalvazo, Arkansas State University Mountain Home
Ashton White, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, N.C.

Fine Homebuilding and SkillsUSA #KeepCraftAlive Scholarship

In 2018, Fine Homebuilding awarded a minimum of twelve $2,500 scholarship awards to SkillsUSA high school or college/postsecondary students continuing their education or certification programs in  construction-related fields.

2018 #KeepCraftAlive Scholarship Recipients
Brandon Copenhaver, Portage Lakes Career Center, Ohio
Alexandra DeGroot, Pulaski High School, Wis.
Patrick Duckett, North Cobb High School, Ga.
Darian Edsitty, Navajo Technical University, N.M.
Megan Enouen, Shadow Ridge High School , Ariz.
Caleb Erickson, TCAT Crossville, Tenn.
Shawn Evelyn, Sultana High School, Calif.
Cody Flood, Dorchester County (S.C.) Career and Technology Center
Joshua Fox, Sumner (Wash.) High School
Cameron Galloway, A.W. Beattie Career Center, Pa.
Grant Hansen, Deshler Public School, Neb.
Hayden Hart, West Lauderdale High School, Miss.
Alexis Hribar, Rolla Technical Institute/Center, Mo.
Trey Johnson, North Dakota State School of Science
Michael Knoechel, Delaware Area Career Center, Ohio
Anthony Koller, Wayne Technical and Career Center, N.Y.
Jose Lopez, East Valley Institute of Technology, Ariz.
Joseph Lou, Grover Cleveland Charter High School, Calif.
Jacqueline Medina, Harlingen (Texas) High School
Sean Morey, Shadow Ridge High School, Ariz.
Michelle Perez, Warren High School, Calif.
Aaron Porro-Harrell, Norfolk (Va.) Technical Center
Chris Powell, Anderson County (Tenn.) Career & Tech Center
Christopher Schwaller, State Technical College of Missouri
Madison Thum, EFCTS Gahanna, Ohio
Andrew VanderWal, Somerset County (N.J.) Vocational and Technical High School
Natalie Walker, Caddo Career and Technology Center, La.
Timothy Watkins, Texas State Technical College, Texas

NTHS Scholarships for SkillsUSA Members

The National Technical Honor Society annually awards four $1,000 scholarships to SkillsUSA members at the SkillsUSA National Leadership Conference. Two scholarships are awarded to high school members, and two scholarships are awarded to college/postsecondary members.

2018 NTHS Recipients
Nathan Singleton – College/Postsecondary – Gordon Cooper Technology Center – Shawnee, Okla.
Joseph Littlejohn – College/Postsecondary – Pinellas Technical College – Clearwater, Fla.
Hunter Radford – High School – Blacksburg (Va.) High
Mariama Jalloh – High School – Berks Career and Technology Center – Leesport, Pa.