DME Company Awards $1,000 Scholarships to Three Students

Scholarships to support education in plastics.

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DME Company, a leading manufacturer of mold technologies, is pleased to announce three students enrolled in plastics-related majors have been selected to receive $1,000 scholarships. 

The following three students and winners of the DME Scholarship Program are currently enrolled in plastics-related majors and are interested in pursuing a career in a plastics-related field:

Kevin Backoefer of Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, majoring in Plastics Engineering Technology
Dean Marinchek of Shawnee State University, majoring in Plastics Engineering Technology
Brian Rupnow of University of Wisconsin – Stout, majoring in Plastics Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering
 

“DME is committed to advancing training and education within the plastics industry,” said Dave Lawrence, President of DME Company. “Our scholarship program is designed to enhance education in plastics-related fields. We are excited to reward these exceptional students with scholarships to enhance their education and the future plastics industry workforce.”

DME has awarded more than 20 scholarships and grants totaling more than $20,000 in the past three years as part of its Plastics University® program. More information, including details about future scholarships, is available at www.dme.net/education.