Western Kansas Manufacturers Association, sponsor of the 3i Show, supports western Kansas students furthering their education at area community colleges, technical colleges and universities through its annual scholarship program.
The scholarships are for freshman students who are residents of western Kansas, have graduated from a western Kansas high school and are U.S. citizens. Preference is given to students enrolling in agribusiness, industrial or mechanical engineering, pre-engineering or business administration.
WKMA congratulates the following 2019-2020 school year scholarship recipients:
- Jade Bamberger, a Dodge City High School graduate, was awarded a $500 scholarship to Barton Community College
- Carson Gerstner, a home schooled student from Clearwater with a degree from Christian Liberty Academy of Illinois, was awarded a $500 scholarship at Dodge City Community College
- Conner Born, a Hill City High School graduate, was awarded a $500 scholarship to NCK Tech
- Jaren Berning, a Scott Community High School graduate, was awarded $500 to Northwest Kansas Technical College
- Daniel Torres, a Liberal High School graduate, was awarded a $500 scholarship at Seward County Community College
- Hayden Bachman, a Meade High School graduate, was awarded a $700 scholarship at Fort Hays State University
- Mason Brenner, a Meade High School graduate, was awarded a $700 scholarship at Kansas State University;
- Taryn Sattler, a Rawlins High School graduate, was awarded a $700 scholarship at the University of Kansas.
One scholarship remains available at Garden City Community College.
WKMA scholarships are partially funded each year by the sale of limited-edition hats commemorating the 3i Show. The hats will also be available for purchase at the show, which runs March 19-21 in Dodge City.Source: Western Kansas Manufacturers Association, which is solely responsible for the information provided and is wholly owned by the source. Informa Business Media and all its subsidiaries are not responsible for any of the content contained in this information asset.