Todd Kinnikin Memorial METALfab Scholarship
Presented by the Upper Midwest Chapter of NOMMA (UMWC) and administered by NEF
Download the application
Purpose of Scholarship
This scholarship honors the memory of our friend and colleague Todd Kinnikin, who in 1982, founded Eureka Forge located in Pacific, MO. The UMWC and NEF have partnered to make available an outstanding education and networking experience for a NOMMA member.
Criteria for Scholarship Selection
- Applicants must be owners and employees of NOMMA member companies engaged in the fabrication of ornamental and miscellaneous metals
- Applications must be received on or before January 10 annually. No extensions.
- Agreement to provide a brief written statement of the value and of the experience after the event is over
Scheduling and General Information
The UMWC/NEF will provide a reimbursement of up to $1,000 to the recipient to attend METALfab
At the close of METALfab dated receipts must be furnished to the scholarship chair for review
Scholarships will be announced at the Winter UMWC meeting and in Fabricator magazine
Scholarships are non-transferable
The scholarship selection committee consists of UMWC board members, NEF trustees, NOMMA board members and the Kinnikin family
The following are ineligible: members of the selection committee, NEF trustees, NOMMA board members, NOMMA staff and family members of the above.
*“Family member” is defined as spouse, sibling, parent, child, grandparent, grandchild, or spouse of a child, sibling, or grandchild
Items Required for Application Submission
- Complete scholarship application with signed agreement
For Additional Information Contact
Mark O’Malley, Scholarship Chair