NEENAH (WLUK) — Six tech-ed lecturers from across the state had been honored, together with three from Northeast Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Enterprise World and Plexus hosted the inaugural Manufacturing, Engineering and Know-how (MET) educator awards in Neenah Thursday.
The awards program acknowledges Wisconsin highschool and center faculty lecturers who’ve demonstrated a dedication to advancing manufacturing, engineering and know-how ideas of their lecture rooms, to make sure the state’s future workforce is supplied with the abilities and information essential to thrive in Wisconsin’s industries.
The winners are:
Excessive Faculty Educators
- 1st Place – Roy Ward – Webster Faculty District
- 2nd Place – Scott Christy – Inexperienced Bay Faculty District
- third Place – Melanie Shimek – Manitowoc Faculty District
Center Faculty Educators
- 1st Place – Craig Cegielski – Eleva Strum Faculty District
- 2nd Place – Heather Kiefer – Slinger Faculty District
- third Place – Jon Larson – Little Chute Faculty District
Jon Larson, Manufacturing & Engineering trainer within the Little Chute Faculty District says it is nice to be acknowledged for doing one thing he loves.
“My purpose is to at all times give college students alternatives and people alternatives are available a lot of other ways; it’s alternatives to be concerned with their curriculum, to expertise enterprise and business companions, alternatives to additional their schooling with twin credit, alternatives to be at locations like Plexus and our different manufacturing companions,” he mentioned.
Money prizes had been awarded to the successful lecturers.