The Theodore A. Krupnicki Future Fabricators Scholarship

Established to show appreciation to an industry that has provided good livelihood and career satisfaction to the Krupnicki Family since 1946 and in memory of Mike’s father, of Theodore A. Krupnicki. This new scholarship will build upon the success of the family’s original scholarship established in 2012. Now reflecting a combined commitment of over $200,000 to support deserving welders, the Krupnicki Family is augmenting their support with the addition of a new annual scholarship for deserving veteran students in the Welding & Fabrication Industry Certificate Program. Both scholarships intend to cover half the cost of the program for two students each semester with a preference that one of the students be a veteran.


1.) Must be registered in the Welding & Fabrication Industry Certificate Program and have an aptitude and interest in a career in welding.
2.) One half-tuition scholarships ($4,250) are available to deserving candidates.
3.) One half-tuition scholarship ($4,250) is available with preference to a deserving veteran student.

Certificate Program, Welding, Welding
Supplemental Questions
  1. Do you have an interest in a career in welding?
  2. Are you a veteran?