The printing technology program at Mattoon High School Mattoon High School is located in Coles County, Mattoon, Illinois, USA. External links
Mattoon's program, which has achieved PrintEd accreditation from the Graphic Arts graphic arts: see aquatint; drawing; drypoint; engraving; etching; illustration; linoleum block printing; lithography; mezzotint; niello; pastel; poster; silk-screen printing; silhouette; silverpoint; sketch; stencil; woodcut and wood engraving. Education and Research Foundation, enrolls between 80 and 100 juniors and seniors in its Graphic Arts I course. Graphic Arts II is an honors-level course with rigorous requirements. Dr. Philip D. Age, assistant professor, digital graphic communication technology at Eastern Illinois University's School of Technology, nominated the Mattoon program, which has a goal of giving each student the opportunity to connect the academic curriculum with an actual product designed and produced by the student.
The Kagy Award was established in 1993 by the Society of Fellows of the Graphic Arts Technical Foundation See GATF. (GATF (Graphic Arts Technical Foundation, Sewickley, PA, www.gain.net) A membership organization for the printing and graphics arts industries. Founded in 1924 as the Lithographic Technical Foundation, GATF supports offset lithography and other mechanical press technologies as well as the ). For more information, visit www.gain.net.
Tiffany Chadges, a senior at Lake County Technical High School in Grayslake, Ill., was the top winner of "The Most Influential Women of the Collision Repair Industry" scholarship. The scholarship is sponsored by I-CAR I-CAR Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair in conjunction with Akzo Nobel Akzo Nobel is a multinational company, active in the fields of healthcare products, coatings and chemicals. Headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, the company has activities in more than 80 countries, and employs approximately 62,000 people. Coatings Inc.
Chadges, a senior at Lake County Technical High School who was introduced to the industry by her father, says, "Knowing that I can make it in this world doing something I have shared my father's love for makes me want to pursue this career even more."
To apply for the scholarship, both the female student and her instructor were asked to write a short essay explaining why the student should be awarded the scholarship. Greg Brink is the collision repair instructor at Lake County.
Runner-up scholarships were awarded to eight students: Nova DiBartolo from Western Center for Technical Studies, Limerick, Pa.; Tiffanie Haggerty from Columbiana County Career & Technical Center, Lisbon, Ohio Lisbon is a village in Center Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, United States. The population was 2,788 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Columbiana CountyGR6. ; Emily Janeczek from Upper Valley JVS Upper Valley JVS or Upper Valley Joint Vocational School is a vocational school in Piqua, Ohio. The school educates adult and high school students train in to get experience needed to get a professional job. , Piqua, Ohio; Michelle Jorgensen from Careerline Tech Center, Holland, Mich.; Keri Noland from West Campus Technical Center, Fayetteville, Ark.; Rachel Pangburn from RG Drage Career Technical Center, Massillon, Ohio; Erica Sweet from Capital Region Career & Technical School, Albany, N.Y.; and Stephanie Truitt from Sussex Tech High School, Georgetown, Del.