Metal Work Scholarship From Travers Tool

Metalworking Scholarship from Travers Tool Company

The current scholarship period has closed. A winner will be announce shortly. We have announced a new scholarship award. See below for details.

It is with great pride that Travers Tool announces our 2019 scholarship awardee, Alana Werzyn, a senior student at Norfolk Senior High in Norfolk, Nebraska. The scholarship committee had a very difficult time choosing a winner. All the applications were exceptional. Check out the details of Alana's winning submission here. Everyone at Travers Tool wishes Alana the best in her career and educational pursuits.

Travers Tool is proud to announce our second Metalworking Student Scholarship, which offers $1,000 in tools for students enrolled in metalworking programs at vocational and technical schools. As your metalworking experts, Travers Tool is again thrilled to sponsor the industry’s next generation of machinists.

Participants must meet the following criteria:
  • Enrolled at an accredited high school, college, or university in the U.S.
  • Enrolled at the graduate level, undergraduate level or your final two years of high school
  • Aged sixteen (16) years or older
  • Carry a status of "good standing" (i.e. currently enrolled)
  • Applications must be received by by December 31, 2020
Please note:
  • Please send your application via email -
  • There is no formal printed application from Travers Tool, all necessary information is on this page
  • No need to print this page; just send your written response and contact information
  • Do not send any letters of recommendation, tax returns, bank balances, resumes or CVs
  • Applicants grant permission for Travers to publish any photos submitted and publicly announce winner

Scholarship Topic

Your application should include:

Section 1: A personal essay — limited to three paragraphs, and between 500 and 1,500 words — about yourself and your interest in metalworking.

Section 2: A project review detailing — in writing, with pictures and/or diagrams — a machining project that you completed. It should cover the tools you used, your deployed methods, and it should explain the goal of your completed work.

First & last name

Email address

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Scholarship Partners

Offering a tool with minimum value of $250+