Stens, headquartered in Jasper, Ind., announces it has awarded $2,500 in Stens Give Back scholarships for the 2018-2019 school year. The scholarships are awarded to a Stens dealership employee or dealership employee’s children pursuing post-high school education/training.
Benjamin Zinner, Wilmington, Del., was awarded $1,000; with Clint Littleton, Salisbury, Mo.; Jonathan Barber, Greenfield, Ind.; and Nicole Gentry, Buffalo, Minn., each receiving $500 scholarships.
Zinner attends University of Delaware, where he will be a junior in the fall majoring in business management. The Stens dealership submitting Zinner's application is Tri-State Landscape Equipment & Supply, located in Philadelphia, Pa. Zinner is employed part-time at the dealership during the school year and works full-time during the summer months.
Clint Littleton has worked for Fehling Small Engine in Salisbury, Mo., for the past 3 years. Littleton is enrolled in the diesel services technology program at Grand River Technical School in Chillicothe, Mo., for the fall 2018 semester. While attending school, Littleton will also be working part-time for another outdoor power equipment dealership, Woody’s Outdoor Power Equipment in Chillicothe, Mo.
Randy’s Lawn Mower Repair in Greenfield, Ind. submitted Jonathan Barber for the Stens give back scholarship. Barber will be attending Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in the fall, where he will study mechanical engineering. Barber is interested in high-performance engines and has been racing lawnmowers from an early age.
Nicole Gentry was submitted for scholarship consideration by All Seasons Parts in Buffalo, Minn. While working at All Seasons over the past 5 years, Gentry has held various roles including manager and trainer. Gentry will attend Minnesota State University-Mankato this fall majoring in business management.
Scholarship funds awarded are for the purpose of individual classes, vocational training curriculum, associate degree, bachelor’s degree and/or post-graduate degree. Scholarships may be applied toward the cost of tuition, fees, books, tools and/or other costs associated with the recipient’s education.