Auto students awarded scholarships, tools from Wisconsin auto association, Snap-On ToolsPage Title
Oct. 6, 2015
Six Nicolet College Automotive Technology students were each recently awarded with more than $3,600 in tools and a $500 scholarship from the Wisconsin Automobile and Truck Dealers Association (WATDA) Foundation and Snap-On Tools.
The competitive, state-wide awards were presented to students based on their involvement in the auto industry in and out of the classroom, academic standing, future goals, and community involvement, along with other factors.
Students receiving the awards and college and industry representatives pictured here are, front row, left to right, WATDA Foundation Program Director Julie Olson; students Brittney Ferguson, Tomahawk, Stephen Kuche, Woodruff, and David Marschke, Rhinelander; Marty Broderick, Snap-On Tools; back row, Nicolet Dean of Trade and Industry Brigitte Orrick, Rick Olson, Snap-On Tools; students Levi Haskins, Rhinelander, Ben Susor, Minocqua, and Ashley Warekois, Rhinelander; and Nicolet Automotive Technology Instructor Chris Kolasa.