Moraine Park Technical College Apprentices Receive Scholarship

(Fond du Lac) Nineteen apprentices within the Moraine Park system will be benefiting from their share of a nearly $30,000 scholarship provided by the Ascendium Education Group.  The Tools of the Trade scholarship helps ease the burden students in construction and industrial trade apprenticeships across the Wisconsin Technical College System face while trying to balance gaining job experience, classroom instruction, and the demands of school, work, and family.  The funds can help offset the substantial costs beyond tuition, such as purchasing tools, clothing, and other work supplies.  Each Tools of the Trade scholarship winner receives a total of $1,500 for the 2020-2021 school year.  A full list of Moraine Park apprentices being awarded the Tools of the Trade Scholarship will accompany this story online at



Apprentices being awarded the Tools of the Trade Scholarship include:

Brock Ayers of West Bend, electrician

Logan Bonlender of Kewaskum, electrician

Aaron Brewer of Slinger, CNC tool & die machinist

Jared Deming of Jackson, electrician

Taylor Englund of Thiensville, CNC tool & die machinist

Douglas Enright of Adell, electrician

Forrest Franken of Hartford, electrician

Joe Harmon of West Bend, CNC tool & die machinist

Alex Hennes of Jackson, electrician

Andrew Hoey of Sheboygan, electrician

Noah Johannes of Fredonia, electrician

Micaiah Kennedy of Campbellsport, CNC tool & die machinist

Eric Kerr of Kewaskum, CNC tool & die machinist

Yoiser Mauleon of Beloit, carpentry

Christopher Monday of West Bend, electrician

Daniel Reineke of Oostburg, electrician

Alex Romanoski of Kohler, electrician

Ripley Sartain of Port Washington, electrician

Taylor Schauer of Plymouth, electrician.