BAMA Dollars at Work!
Your valued contributions from our Annual Golf Tournament provides financial assistance to needy and deserving high school students from Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties who wish to attend college or a Technical Education Center to pursue a manufacturing or technology related career. In addition, this year we supported the Science and Engineering Fair, FLATE Robotics Camp and the Middleton HS Robotics Program.
By supporting education that benefits domestic manufacturers, BAMA is making a difference in our local economy. Investing in manufacturing education will help to keep both jobs and manufacturing in general right here at home.
- Won the $1,000 BAMA post secondary scholarship administrated by the Pinellas Education Foundation.
- Currently attending PTEC and is enrolled in the Welding program.
- She plans on using the money towards tuition as well as certifications under the American Welding Society for aluminum TIG welding, fluxcore welding, and pipe or stick welding.
- Upon graduation, her goal is to have a job as pipe welder that enables her to travel the country as well as abroad.
- Won the $1,000 BAMA scholarship administrated by the Pinellas Education Foundation.
- Graduated from Northeast High School spring of 2013
- Currently enrolled for Fall semester 2013 at the University of Central Florida in the Engineering program.
- She will use the money for tuition and books.
- Won the BAMA Manufacturing Award for the “Senior division (9th-12th grade)” at the Pinellas Regional Science and Engineering Fair for his “Parabola Power” project.
- Received a Certificate, Plaque, and $50 cash reward for his outstanding entry.
- His project was based on electronic equipment such as computers losing WIFI connections with an ordinary router in the home. He created several devices based on various shapes that would “harness” the WIFI signal and provide improved connections throughout the home.
- Won a BAMA Manufacturing Award for the “Junior division (6th-8th) at the Pinellas Regional Science and Engineering Fair for her “Shrink vs. Swell” project.
- Received a Certificate, Plaque, and $50 cash reward for her outstanding entry.
- Her project dealt with the effects of moisture (at various temperatures) on various types of woods.
FLATE robotic camps
Middleton High School Robotics program