April 5, 2023

Wilson Talent Center Seniors Awarded Over $20,000 in Scholarships

Thirty-five seniors from a variety of Career & Technical Education (CTE) programs offered at the Wilson Talent Center (WTC) on the campus of Ingham Intermediate School District have earned over $20,000 in scholarships.

Scholarship monies were donated by various business and community partners, memorial foundations as well as staff and retirees.

The scholarships were presented on March 14 at the annual Wall-of-Fame & Awards Dinner attended by over 160 guests. Students earning scholarships include:

  • Amanda Thompson (Mason), Accident Fund Group Scholarship
  • Victoria Hill (East Lansing), Campbell Press Repair Scholarship
  • Joel Sandstedt (Haslett), Campbell Press Repair Scholarship and the Troy Eaton Memorial Welding Scholarship
  • Austin Primeau (Fowlerville), Campbell Press Repair Scholarship and the Capital Area Tooling Partnership Manufacturing Scholarship
  • Samantha Snider (Leslie), EMC Insurance Scholarship
  • Emaleigh Keast (Mason), Fresh & Furious Food Truck Scholarship
  • Lilly Meka (Haslett), Fresh & Furious Food Truck Scholarship
  • Marisa Nottingham (Dansville), Fresh & Furious Food Truck
  • Caleb Howard (Webberville), Greater Lansing Home Builders and Remodelers Scholarship
  • John Hoover (Homeschooled), LaFontaine Automotive Group Scholarship
  • Cara Grice (Dansville), Mason Optimist Club Scholarship
  • Amanda Cosman (Holt), Michigan Millers Insurance Scholarship
  • Gannon Rehm (Holt), Michigan Millers Insurance Scholarship
  • Brogan Sutterlin (Holt), Monarch Investment & Management Group Scholarship
  • Alyssa Browning (Holt), Orthopaedic Rehab Specialists Scholarship
  • Alexander Cleland (Homeschooled), Jacque Adair Memorial Scholarship
  • Kent Wood (Holt), Jacque Adair Memorial Scholarship
  • Cooper Lyon (Mason), The Pino Scholarship Funds
  • Steven Romero (Williamston), The Pino Scholarship Funds
  • Ryan McCullough (Williamston), UA Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 333 Scholarship
  • Joshua Fairfield (Webberville), Joe Dimmick Memorial Scholarship
  • Karlee Hindmon (Haslett), Joe Dimmick Memorial Scholarship
  • Lucas Fletcher (Stockbridge), Danny Bath Legacy Award
  • Gerry Emens (Mason), Danny Bath Legacy Award
  • Trent Keast (Mason), Garrett Miller Memorial Scholarship
  • Timothy Vliet (Stockbridge), Garrett Miller Memorial Scholarship
  • Karlie Budden (Dansville), Deputy Grant W. Whitaker Memorial Scholarship
  • Adrianna Misiak (Fowlerville), Kevin A. Kelly Action Fund
  • Ava McMeeken (Mason), Tim Wilson Memorial Fund Scholarship
  • Alexandra Bazela (East Lansing), Tim Wilson Memorial Fund Scholarship
  • Colten Moore (Mason), Troy Eaton Memorial Welding Scholarship
  • Evan Peterson (Webberville), Troy Sika Memorial Scholarship
  • Kristine Li (Mason), Ware’s Pharmacy Scholarship
  • Samantha London (Mason), General WTC Scholarship
  • Liam Cowan (East Lansing), General WTC Scholarship

“These seniors have worked tirelessly over the past couple of years, and it is an honor we are able to present these scholarships to them,” notes Joe Wenzel, principal at the WTC. “The generosity of our donors allows these students the opportunity to continue to pursue their dreams and goals,” Wenzel also noted.

The Wilson Talent Center, operated by Ingham Intermediate School District, offers career and technical education programs for high school juniors and seniors who reside in Dansville, East Lansing, Haslett, Holt, Leslie, Mason, Okemos, Stockbridge, Waverly, Webberville and Williamston. Applications are also accepted from Lansing School District, Fowlerville Community Schools and Eaton and Clinton County schools. For more information, visit Wilson Talent Center.