Sponsorship for the Trades

Sponsorship for the Trades

Are you an Omaha-area high school student who enjoys solving problems, working with your hands, and taking pride in your work?

Consider applying for Lozier’s Sponsorship for the Trades Program! While earning your associate degree from Metropolitan Community College’s Industrial and Commercial Trades Program, specializing in CNC and Tool and Die Technology (PMTAS) or Electrical/Mechanical
Maintenance Technology (EMAAS), you’ll gain hands-on experience working in your field of interest while taking the classes that will help you advance in your career. Once you graduate, you’ll earn a full-time position at Lozier, starting you on a path toward success, free of college loan debt.

Applications Accepted: September 1 – February 15
Sponsorship Recipients Announced: April 1

For more information or an application, please contact Allison Lasley at Allison.Lasley@lozier.com or 402-457-8000, ext. 3150.

About the Program

The primary purpose of the Lozier Sponsorship Program is to afford students an education that will help them become successful technicians with Lozier Corporation. Lozier Sponsorships are awarded by the Lozier Sponsorship Selection Board to students who plan to pursue an associate degree in the Industrial and Commercial Trades program—CNC and Tool and Die Technology (PMTAS) or Electrical/Mechanical Maintenance Technology (EMAAS)—at Metropolitan Community College (MCC) in Omaha.

Applicants will be required to visit MCC’s South Campus and visit with instructors so they’re comfortable making the decision to attend this college. A Proof of Visit must be signed by MCC.

Finalists will be interviewed by the Sponsorship Selection Board at Lozier. The award recipients will receive a Letter of Confirmation and an Agreement Form. Sponsorship money for tuition, books, and tools will be paid directly to MCC.

Applicants for Sponsorship Programs are considered without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, age, gender, disability, or national origin.