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Energy Workforce Awards $34,000 in Scholarships

The Energy Workforce & Technology Council Scholarship Program has awarded $34,000 in scholarship funding for the 2023-24 school year to 54 students attending more than 37 different colleges and universities across the country.

Since its inception, the scholarship program has awarded more than $4 million to help dependents of association members attend institutions of higher learning, earn undergraduate and advanced degrees, and launch successful professional careers.

“Developing our future leaders, innovators and workforce, especially across our industry, is a critical mission we are committed to supporting,” said Molly Determan, President, Energy Workforce & Technology Council. “By providing financial assistance, this program helps remove barriers to higher education and promotes the development of a skilled workforce, whether in the energy industry or other industries – supporting our members is our mission.”

The scholarship program began in the 1970s to assist children of Member Companies in completing higher education. The program, which is administered by Energy Workforce, offers students four years of assistance for college, graduate school or accredited vocational training.

Energy Workforce chapters, as well as the national organization, hold fundraising events to provide the scholarships.

2023-24 Scholarship Recipients

  • Lucero Cervantes, Brigade Energy Services
  • Eric Harper, Cavins
  • Jose Lopez IV, Clearwell Dynamics
  • Anna Bertolet, Energy Drilling Company
  • Joyce Jones, GD Energy Products
  • Calvin Wersal, Howard Supply
  • Ricardo Cedillo, Jr., Key Energy Services
  • Kylie Colbert, Key Energy Services
  • Lorenzo Orosco, Key Energy Services
  • Mackenzie Putnam, Key Energy Services
  • Bianca Rodriguez, Key Energy Services
  • Mark Stock, Lucky Health & Safety
  • Tayler Long, Mattr
  • Tinley Sitton, NexTier Oilfield Solutions
  • Draven Crochet, NOV
  • Tony Dong, NOV
  • Paris Flores, NOV
  • Giovanna Gonzalez, NOV
  • Sean Holder, NOV
  • Sawyer Howell, NOV
  • Logan Hummel, NOV
  • Jesus Romero Landeros, NOV
  • Jerry Li, NOV
  • Emma Lowell, NOV
  • Abigail Meier, NOV
  • Mihael Mendo, NOV
  • Matthew Nguyen, NOV
  • Avery Nilsen, NOV
  • Daniel Okunola, NOV
  • Roberto Olivera III, NOV
  • Tucker Primeaux, NOV
  • Dhruva Rangarathna, NOV
  • Saira Thomas, NOV
  • Thao Vo, NOV
  • Anna Vu, NOV
  • Lucas West, NOV
  • Samuel Yuan, NOV
  • Christopher Zhou, NOV
  • Samuel Krallman, NOV Fiberglass Systems
  • Hannah Nabb, NOV Rolligon
  • Mia Cozzarelli, NOV Tuboscope
  • Natalie Garcia, NOV Tuboscope
  • Madison Miranda, NOV Wellbore Technologies
  • Lauren Craigie, Oceaneering
  • Caroline Dunn, Oceaneering
  • Patrick Spillman, Oceaneering
  • Thomas Sitzmann, Oceaneering
  • Elizabeth Annie Valicek, Propell
  • Madison Neuvar, Red Wing Shoes
  • Addison Agnew, TechnipFMC
  • Michael Crawford, Vallourec Star
  • Colin Authement, Vallourec Tube-Alloy
  • Ivliani Nieto Alvarez, VAM-USA (Vallourec)
  • Divenhi Ornelas, VAM-USA (Vallourec)

2024-2025 Scholarships

The 2024-25 scholarship application window will open in early 2024. Email Susan Dudley to be added to the notification list. 

Corry Schiermeyer, Senior Director Communications, writes about governmental policies for the Energy Workforce & Technology Council. Click here to subscribe to the Energy Workforce newsletter, which highlights sector-specific issues, best practices, activities and more.


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