MTI Educational Foundation Opens Scholarship Application Process

By Tom Morrison posted 01-20-2022 10:29 AM


The MTI Educational Foundation is excited to announce that the 2022 application process for scholarships is officially open for applications. The Foundation Board has approved 11 scholarships for a total of $51,000 for 2022.


Since 2017, the MTI Educational Foundation has awarded 38 scholarships for $186,000.


The MTI Educational Foundation Scholarship Program is open to students who are interested in a career in metallurgy, materials science, engineering, industrial, and/or mechanical sciences. Applicants must be currently enrolled, or recently accepted, as a full- or part-time student in a nationally accredited college or technical school. Applicant’s area of study must be one of the following: materials science, metallurgy, engineering, or a technical certificate program with a focus in mechanical, electrical, or industrial sciences. Annual scholarships are awarded directly to the students.


Scholarships will be awarded by May 30, 2022 and paid in a single installment.  


Scholarship application submissions will be accepted through April 15, 2022. There are three scholarship levels available:


(1) $15,000 Founders Scholarship given in honor of the founding leaders of the MTI Educational Foundation, Doug Peters from Peters Heat Treating, and Norm Graves from National Metal Processing. The Founders Scholarship will be awarded to the applicant who, in the minds of the Foundation Board, represents qualifications and merit that exceed all other applicants.


(6) $5,000 Scholarships


(4) $1,500 Technical School Scholarships


The scholarship is renewable for one additional year, for a maximum of two (2) years. Scholarship renewal is not automatic - applicants MUST submit an additional full and timely application in order to be considered for a second scholarship.


To be considered for an MTI Educational Foundation Scholarship or if you know of anyone who should apply, visit or share for full submission details and criteria. 


If you have any questions, feel free to contact Tom Morrison at

1 view