Meet our scholarship recipients!
Bring Back the Trades Inc. awards monthly scholarships during the school calendar year to students from the Northeast who are attending post-secondary education in the Skilled Trades.
Kaitlin also known as Kai, is from New Hampshire.
She is attending White Mountains Community College in NH. Studying in Heavy Diesel and Equipment Technology.
"Throughout my entire life I have always wanted to better myself, and be the best I can be," says Kaitlin.
Makaila is attending Hennepin Technical College in MN. Studying in Auto Body Collusion.
"I have motivation, passion and the urge to succeed," says Makaila.
Zachary is attending Southeast Community College and studying Precision Machining and Automation.
"I did my job shadow at a Custom Machine and Design, and I really enjoyed it and right then and there I decided to learn more about becoming a machinist," says Zachary.
Connor is from New Hampshire.
He is attending Lakes Community College in New Hampshire, studying Automotive.
"I have always been a creative problem solver who thinks outside the box," says Connor.
Connor is from New Hampshire. He attended Divers Institute of Technology in Seattle, WA. where he studied Commercial Diving.
"The first time I laced up a pair of work boots and placed a hard hat on my head, I knew I was in my element," says Connor.
Abigail is from New Hampshire.
Abigail is attending Wentworth Institute of Technology and studying Construction Management.
"Since the day I stepped onto a construction site I knew I loved it: it's part of my DNA," says Abigail.
Zachary is attending Universal Technical Institute and studying automotive.
"I want to become a trusted mechanic that people recommend to family and friends that will get to know them not only as clients, but as people," says Zachary.
Savanna is from New Hampshire.
She is attending Lakes Region Community College, enrolled in the Automotive program.
"I grew up working on cars in the garage with my Dad and I think that is where my spark for learning came from. I will strive to be the best in this male dominated career!"