Northwest Tech Student Receives Michael Busch Memorial Fund Scholarship
A Northwest Tech student, Jason Troyer, has been selected to receive a GAAS (Global Automotive Aftermarket Symposium) Scholarship in the amount of $1000, funded by the Michael Busch Memorial Fund. In order to receive this scholarship, students had to fill out an application, send in their current college transcripts, letter or recommendation, and a summary of why they feel they deserve the scholarship.
Jason is a first year Collision Repair student at Northwest Tech. He is extremely involved in student life on campus belonging to the Music Club, Gaming Club, and was a part of the Wrestling team last year. Prior to coming to Northwest Tech, Jason graduated from Goodland High School in 2006, and then went on to join the Army where he served active duty for 2 years stationed at Fort Drum, NY. Jason’s three children (Allissa, Draco, and Rayne) are very dear to his heart.
“I feel that Jason being a recipient of this scholarship is an example of the commitment he has for his educational choices. Jason is a leader in the program and an excellent example of the commitment necessary to be successful in the collision repair industry. Said Larry McLemore, Collision Repair Instructor. Jason’s future plans are to graduate from Northwest Tech in May 2013 and hard work in his field, while continuing his stock car racing. Jason’s hobbies include paintball, football, and driving dirt track stock cars.
Congratulations to Jason on his fine record and complete scholarship application.