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ATV Up for Grabs in Walter
Walter Surface Technologies, a global industry leader in surface treatment technologies, has announced the “Show Us Your
Best” contest, hosted on the YourBest.Walter.com site.
Inspired by the amazing metalworking projects done every day
by professionals in this industry, the
“Show Us Your Best” con-
test celebrates metalwork-
ing skill, creativity and
wants to see
the best job
ers or even
or bikes, or
service-oriented work that
improves and beautifies the contestant’s community.
To enter, visit YourBest.Walter.com and follow the links and
instructions to complete and submit the registration form. Then,
follow the directions to upload one photo that displays your best
metal work and a short description of the photo for a chance to
win a new “BRP Outlander MAX 650” all-terrain vehicle valued
at $15,000 USD.
Scholarships Announced at the
Smartforce Student Summit at
To spur the development of next-generation advanced manufacturing professionals, the Gene Haas Foundation announced
$50,000 in scholarships to be awarded to high school seniors
seeking a post-secondary degree in machining and advanced
The announcement took place during a special program for
Chicago-area school superintendents at the Smartforce Student
Summit at IMTS – The International Manufacturing Technology
Show 2014. The Superintendent’s Program was designed to
inform school administrators about best practices in STEM
education, career pathways in manufacturing and industry-sup-ported credentials for pursuing them, the importance of having
a 3D printer in every school in the U.S., and the availability of
industry-based scholarships like those announced at the event.
The Gene Haas Foundation Scholarship is designated for
a student pursuing a degree in a post-secondary machining,
manufacturing technology or engineering program whose curriculum includes CNC machine technology training. A $1,000
grant per school will be awarded. Seniors graduating from high
school this school year will be eligible.