2018 Winners of the mikeroweWORKS Foundation Travel Scholarship Announced

The winners of the annual mikeroweWORKS Foundation Travel Scholarship have been announced. The names are listed below.

The scholarship is to provide support for SkillsUSA state contest winners who have insufficient personal, chapter, school or community resources to participate at the 2018 National SkillsUSA Championships.

2018 Recipients

  • Lukus West, a machining student at Earnest Pruett Center of Technology in Alabama.
  • Charles Bozarth, a carpentry student at Etowah County Career Technical School in Alabama.
  • Mitchell McKenzie, a Electrical student at EPCOT in Alabama.
  • John Ekelmann, a building/construction student at Matanuska Susitna Career and Technical High School in Alaska.
  • Bre’elle Lorenzo, a electronics and telecommunications student at King Career Center in Alaska.
  • Isaiah Reyna, a construction student at Pima Jted At STAR – Tucson in Arizona.
  • MacMichael Hebert, an automotive student at Canyon Del Oro in Arizona.
  • Luis Preciado, a carpentry student at Pima Jted At STAR – Tucson in Arizona.
  • Sierra Holley, a welding student at Conway Area Career Center in Arkansas.
  • Adrian Bump, a mechatronics student at Ouachita Area High School Career Center in Arkansas.
  • Jade Heird, a mechatronics student at Ouachita Area High School Career Center in Arkansas.
  • Rene Nunez, a mobile electronics student at Slawson Occupational Center in California.
  • Francisco Torres, an electronics student at Slawson Occupational Center in California.
  • Luis Lozano, a  construction student at Montecito High School Advanced Construction in California.
  • Dartanian Danks, a construction student at Montecito High School Advanced Construction in California.
  • Jered Burchard, an electrical student at Montecito High School Advanced Construction in California.
  • Walker Graff, an automotive refinishing student at Morgan Community College in Colorado.
  • Brandon Buhr, a carpentry student at Centauri High School in Colorado.
  • Dynae Johnson, a building trades student at Centauri High School in Colorado.
  • Zachary Martin, a carpentry student at Centauri High School in Colorado.
  • Emily Jarvies, a carpentry student at Centauri High School Building Trades in Colorado.
  • Abagayle Boden, a Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing student at Aims Community College in Colorado.
  • Ethan Caya, an electronics technology student at Windham Technical High School in Connecticut.
  • Skyler Stevenson, an air conditioning, refrigeration, and heating technology student at Marchman Technical College – New Port Richey in Florida.
  • Javen Rodriguez, a major appliance repair student at Miami Lakes Educational Center and Technical College in Florida.
  • Miguel Vega, a robotics student at Frostproof High School in Florida .
  • Joey McCormack, an automotive student at Lumpkin County High School in Georgia.
  • Julian Mills, an Architecture/Robotics student at Hart County High School in Georgia.
  • James Noggle, a construction/plumbing student at Adairsville high school in Georgia.
  • Vidal Diaz-Sandoval, a construction student at Adairsville High School in Georgia.
  • Jason Burdette, a construction student at Adairsville High School in Georgia.
  • Shyann Bailey, a construction/electrical student at Adairsville High School in Georgia.
  • Andrew Bearden, a construction/carpentry student at Adairsville High School in Georgia.
  • Trystin Bowker, a precision machining student at Dennis Technical Education Center in Idaho.
  • Brandon Illguth, an aviation maintenance technology student at Idaho State University in Idaho.
  • Jesus Nieto Barrera, a machining student at Idaho State University in Idaho.
  • Evan Bomgaars, an automotive tech student at Northwest Iowa Community College in Iowa.
  • Shelby Coudron, a welding student at Northwest Iowa Community College in Iowa.
  • Justin Mishler, a machining technology student at Wichita Area Technical College in Kansas.
  • Nathanael Broz, an aviation maintenance Technology student at Wichita Area Technical College in Kansas.
  • Austin Carson, an electronics student at Labette County High School in Kansas.
  • Talia Bowman-Bekemeyer, a welding student at Wichita Area Technical College in Kansas.
  • Jonathan Light, a CNC machining student at Wichita Area Technical College in Kansas.
  • Morgan Arseneault, a Auto Collision student at Oxford Hills Technical School in Maine.
  • Edilberto Lovaton, an HVAC student at J.M Tawes Technology and Career Center in Maryland.
  • Harley Elsner, a welding student at Worcester Technical High School in Maryland.
  • Daniel Shaw, an electrical wiring technology student at Westfield Technical Academy in Massachusetts.
  • Joshua Tilton, an automotive technology student at Essex Technical High School in Massachusetts.
  • Jacob Barton, a welding student at Ridgewater College-Willmar  in Minnesota.
  • Tim Przybilla, a welding student at Ridgewater College-Willmar  in Minnesota.
  • Joshua Litchfield, a construction trades student at Meridian Community College in Mississippi.
  • Jeffery Davis, a Electrical Trades student at Lewis & Clark Career Center in Missouri.
  • Christian Chavez, a mechatronics student at Nichols Career Center in Missouri.
  • Tyler Crumley, a welding student at Current River Career Center in Missouri.
  • Quinlan Kipphut, a mechatronics student at Nichols Career Center in Missouri.
  • Luke Cook, a building trades student at Poplar Bluff Technical Career Center in Missouri.
  • Matthew Beck, a mechatronics student at Nichols Career Center in Missouri.
  • Paul Hayward, a woodworking student at Bozeman High School in Montana.
  • Sachi Baeta, a construction student at The Career Academy (TCA) in Nebraska.
  • Fatima Ayal, a construction student at The Career Academy (TCA) in Nebraska.
  • Jenifer Velazquez-Perfecto, an agriculture and natural resources student at The Career Academy (TCA) in Nebraska.
  • Zach LaGasse, a carpentry student at The Career Academy (TCA) in Nebraska.
  • Ben Hier, an auto service student at Sterling High School in Nebraska.
  • Cameron Van Groningen, a cabinetmaking student at Sterling High School in Nebraska.
  • Morgan Haner, a metalworking student at Sterling High School in Nebraska.
  • Bryan Lemonds, a firefighting student at East Montgomery High School in North Carolina.
  • Amreen Nagra, a masonry student at Columbus Career and College Academy in North Carolina.
  • Julio Ayala, a collision repair student at Weaver Academy in North Carolina.
  • Shayla Schauer, an auto Collision student at James Valley Career and Technology Center in North Dakota.
  • Caleb Krebs, a diesel technology student at North Dakota State College of Science in North Dakota.
  • Tewodros Girma, an HVAC-R student at Tulsa Technology Center Lemley Campus in Oklahoma.
  • Nazzario Ferguson, a welding student at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.
  • Matthew Chace, an automotive service technology student at Umpqua Community College in Oregon.
  • Nate Sayre, a welding and metal fabrication student at Sabin Schellenberg Center in Oregon.
  • Briana Lynch, a manufacturing engineering student at Sabin Schellenberg Center in Oregon.
  • Juan Huerta, a manufacturing student at Madras High School in Oregon.
  • Brennen Raynor, a firefighting student at Silverton High School in Oregon.
  • Kyler Outman, a power equipment student at Redmond High School in Oregon.
  • Ricky Hoff, a manufacturing and engineering student at Sabin Schellenberg Center in Oregon.
  • Ruvim Kirday, a welding student at Sabin Schellenberg Center in Oregon.
  • Trevor Fugate, a transportation student at Harper Charter School in Oregon.
  • Michael Ford, a robotics student at West Salem High School in Oregon.
  • Justin Campbell, a manufacturing (CNC Programming) student at Greenville Technical College in South Carolina.
  • Jerhett Cattin, a welding student at Western Dakota Tech in South Dakota.
  • Jordan Napier, an electronics systems student at Tennessee College of Applied Techcnology-Hohenwald in Tennessee.
  • Aaron Heath, a diesel powered equipment technology student at Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Harriman in Tennessee.
  • Riley Davis, a mechatronics student at Siegel High School in Tennessee.
  • Edwin Maxcy, a diesel equipment student at Cypress Springs High School in Texas.
  • Carter Ailshie, an additive manufacturing student at Wasatch High School in Utah.
  • Taylor Florence, an engineering and manufacturing student at Windham Regional Career Center in Vermont.
  • William Queenie, a manufacturing student at Windham Regional Career Center in Vermont.
  • McKenzie Budrow, a student at Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center in Washington.
  • Spencer Donahue, an advanced manufacturing student at Spokane Valley Tech, Spokane Valley, WA in Washington.
  • Ricardo Aguilar, a collision repair student at Walla Walla Community College in Washington.
  • Andrew Hinzman, a motorcycle technician student at Cadott High School in Wisconsin.
  • Brayton Fox, a manufacturing student at Big Horn High School in Wyoming.