SOWELA Foundation Donation Photos

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Donations

2021

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Enbridge donated $5,000 to the SOWELA Foundation to create the Enbridge Industry Awareness Scholarship for students in Process Technology, Welding and Machine Tool Technology. On hand for the donation (left to right) is SOWELA Chancellor Dr. Neil Aspinwall, Enbridge Senior Advisor Erin Casey, Enbridge Area Manager Donald Doucet, and Area Supervisor Kevin Corbello.

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The SOWELA Foundation received a generous $10,000 donation from the Chennault International Airshow. The donation will help fund STEM education in the form of scholarships. On hand to accept the donation for the Foundation is SOWELA Chancellor Dr. Neil Aspinwall (center) with Chennault International Airport Executive Director Kevin Melton (left), and Airshow Director Mary Jo Bayles (right).

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The Cajun Navy Foundation recently donated $5,500 to the SOWELA Foundation for the Workforce Solutions Construction Program. Pictured for the donation (left to right) is SOWELA Chancellor Dr. Neil Aspinwall, Cajun Navy Foundation President Rob Gaudet, and SOWELA Director of Business and Industry Services Judy McCleary.

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Northrop Grumman donated $35,000 to fund five scholarships in Aviation Maintenance Technology, Process Technology, Industrial Instrumentation Technology, Industrial Electrical Technology, and Machine Tool Technology. On hand for the donation (left to right) is SOWELA Foundation Board Member and Northrop Grumman Site Manager Michael Flatt, SOWELA Chancellor Dr. Neil Aspinwall, and Director, Aircraft Maintenance and Fabrication Center, Northrop Grumman, Eric Price.

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The Gene Haas Foundation recently donated $12,500 to the SOWELA Foundation for Machine Tool Technology scholarships for CNC training. Accepting the donation on behalf of the Foundation are (left to right): Machine Tool Technology students Jordan Solieau, Jason Cos, Dalton Fontenot; Machine Tool Technology Instructor Randall Kimbro; School of Transportation and Applied Technology Dean Dr. William Mayo; Chancellor Dr. Neil Aspinwall; Vince Chancellor of Academic Affairs Dr. Paula Hellums; and Machine Tool Technology students Nathan Drott, Gabriel LeJeune, and Michael McLaughlin.