CC grad wins Grainger scholarship, tools

2013-08-18T00:00:00Z CC grad wins Grainger scholarship, toolsBy the Star-Tribune staff Casper Star-Tribune Online
August 18, 2013 12:00 am  • 

Casper College student Tucker Whitt of Thermopolis recently won the Grainger Tools for Tomorrow Scholarship.

Whitt, who recently graduated with a certificate and an associate of applied science degree, both in diesel power technology, received a $2,000 scholarship. Following his recent graduation he also received a Westward toolkit, filled with tools needed for work in the diesel power field.

Since 2006, the Grainger Tools for Tomorrow scholarship program has helped technical education students across the country realize their educational goals. The scholarship is for full-time technical education students who are entering their second year of technical education studies in the areas of electronic systems, HVAC/R, plumbing, welding, construction, automotive, or other industrial trade. W.W. Grainger, Inc. with 2012 sales of

$9 billion is North America’s leading broad line supplier of maintenance, repair and operating products.

Whitt, a 2011 graduate of Hot Springs County High School, is the son of Hub Whitt of Thermopolis and Candy Whitt of Basin.

Community News editor Sally Ann Shurmur can be reached at 307-266-0520; sallyann.shurmur@trib.com; read her blog at trib.com/dishin; or follow her on Twitter @WYOSAS

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