ARM Scholarships

ARM Foundation now accepting applications for 2021 scholarship cycle

This scholarship is available for high school seniors who are planning post-secondary education or for current post-secondary students, if you or your parent(s) are employed by a full ARM member. ARM must receive all required materials by March 31, 2021, or the application cannot be considered.

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ARM Foundation 2020 Scholarships

The Automotive Recyclers of Minnesota Foundation awarded four $1,000 scholarships for the 2020 giving cycle. The scholarship recipients are selected by an independent panel of Minnesota educators.

ARM congratulates the following individuals on their scholarship awards and wishes all applicants the best of luck in their academic endeavors!

Mackenzie Huesers will be student teaching and completing her bachelor's degree in elementary and early childhood education with a minor in middle level mathematics this fall (2020) through Winona State University. Mackenzie plans to continue with her education at Winona State pursuing a master's in education.
ARM Member: Pam's Auto (St. Cloud)
Parent: Pat Huesers - Owner

Dakota Kloek will be attending the Minnesota State University - Mankato where she is working towards degree in elementary education, with an expected graduation date of May 2023.
ARM member: Ace Auto Parts (St. Paul)
Parent: David Kloek - Mechanic/Sales

Nicole Motz recently graduated from Minnesota State University Mankato with a Bachelor of Science in Child Development and Family Studies. Nicole plans to continue her education at the University of Minnesota pursuing a Doctorate degree in Occupational Therapy.
ARM Member: U Pull R Parts (Rosemount)
Parent: Kathyrn Motz - Site Manager

Alecia Warren will be attending Riverland Community College entering their Industrial Maintenance and Mechanics (IMMR) program
ARM member: Misgen Auto Parts (Ellendale)
Parent: Dawn Warren - Sales


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