J. Ranck Electric, Inc. has become the company it is today through the hard work of many professional skilled tradespeople like electricians, mechanics, laborers, and operators, just to name a few. Michigan is facing a shortage of professional skilled tradespeople over the next ten years. As a result of this, our office and field team have been making an effort to reach as many people as possible to show them how rewarding and successful careers in the professional trades can be. To further aid this effort, we are offering five $500 scholarships (per year) to those entering a construction-based skilled trades education/training program. Preference will be given to those entering the electrical field and relatives of JRE employees.
Scholarship awards will be available for qualified educational expenses (training program fees, tuition, books, and tools) and paid directly to the student. Verification of acceptance into a construction-based skilled trades program will be required upon selection.
Applications will be accepted throughout the year. This current application deadline is June 30, 2018.
The application for this scholarship must be completed online at www.jranck.com/scholarship
Michigan Sugar Company is looking for its next Michigan Sugar Queen and Court.
Applications and full details of the program are available online at www.michigansugar.com/community/sugar-queen/.
Applications are due Friday, April 26, with interviews scheduled to take place Saturday, May 18, in Bay City. A new Queen and two Attendants will be crowned at the Michigan Sugar Festival in Sebewaing this June. After completing the requirements of the program, the Queen receives a $2,000 scholarship and Attendants each receive a $1,000 scholarship.
This is a fantastic opportunity to become an ambassador for our company, the sugarbeet industry and agriculture in general.
Energy Education for Michigan (EEM) would like to pass along our new online application for the three scholarships we offer to graduating seniors and incoming undergraduates pursuing degrees related to Michigan’s Energy Industry.
This may include, but is not limited to Earth and Environmental Sciences, Engineering, Computer Sciences, and Education with a focus on Earth Sciences.
Scholarship application: Click Here or visit http://www.michiganoilandgas.org/scholarshipapplication
Thank you and please do not hesitate to call with any questions. I can be reached at (517) 487-1092 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are great computer science opportunities for students and teachers to work at the MSU St. Andrews Site in Midland this summer. Please review the attached fliers and share with anyone that you think may be interested. The students get paid to learn Python and get to participate in projects such as app development, autonomous robotics, machine learning, microcontrollers and sensors, and quantum computing.
SVSU is pleased to invite rising high school students to apply for the AT&T Great Lakes Bay Region STEM Innovation and Entrepreneurship High School Camp. The camp dates are June 24th – 28th, and will provide additional STEM education information, career awareness, exposure to engineering activities (robotics, 3D printing), and an introduction to entrepreneurship, STEM technology innovations, design innovations, prototype development, and product testing. There is NO COST to attend this camp; however full attendance is expected. Applications are being accepted until May 1st and will be reviewed on a rolling basis after this date
Warehouse Assistant Summer Student/Co-op Position – Mount Pleasant
Are you looking to join a growing, fast-paced, family-oriented company that will give you valuable experience while learning about the different trades involved in the electrical industry? Our summer warehouse positions offer the perfect opportunity to start in a warehouse environment to learn new skills that will help guide your future career choices. As a summer warehouse assistant, you will assist all warehouse operations including loading/unloading vehicles and equipment, maintaining warehouse environment (sweep/dust/trash removal), assisting with grounds and building maintenance, assembling orders, distributing and maintaining material/tools/vehicles/equipment. To submit your application, click the apply now at www.jranck.com/careers
Brian Ross is the Shepherd High School Counselor.