Northeastern Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) Scholarship
NWTC students achieve the technical skills businesses need for success. Character, attitude, leadership and professional growth are just a few of the traits that the Brian LaViolette Foundation has looked for since 2000 when it began awarding and recognizing graduating seniors from Oconto and Suring High Schools moving on to higher education at Northeastern Wisconsin Technical College.
Dustin Olsen from Oconto High School is studying to become a Medical Lab Tech
Jonathan Miller graduated from Suring High School
2017: John Christenson from Suring High School is studying Radiology. James Merline from Oconto High School is studying Automation Enginerring and Electro-Mechnaical Technology
2015: Douglas Exworthy from Oconto High School and Darian Rose Bowman from Suring High School.
2014: Jacquelyn Lenz from Suring High School and Cali Meyer of Oconto High School will be going into Graphic Design.
2013: Alexis Ermis, Oconto High School; Cody Christensen, Suring High School
Cody Christensen with his parents at the NWTC awards night
Cody Henry, Oconto High School
2011: Jared Grenke, Suring High School and Carly Ahlaborn, Oconto High School
2010: John Kuntz, Oconto High School
Alexis Gilles, Oconto High School
2009: William Seidler, Suring High School
2008: Jeremey Rummel, Suring High School
2007: Paul Seidler, Suring High School
2006: Nicolas School, Suring High School
2006: Renee Scheffen, Oconto High School
2005: Brad Quandt, Suring High School
2005: Ashley Van Hecke, Oconto High School
2004: Barbara Ann Hensel, Suring High School
2004: Jennifer Shallow, Oconto High School