Even though the 20th Annual CEN Scholarship Golf Day at the Edison Club cannot be held this year, we are still going to award scholarships.

The proceeds for the CEN Golf Days have always gone into the scholarship program after all of the event expenses have been met; the need is greater than ever and this is the only way we can raise funds for the 2020 college scholarship awards.

This year CEN received 3X the scholarship applications compared to 2019 from very deserving students.  As are reminder the CEN scholarships are presented to high school seniors or current college students majoring in a field which can lead to employment with a manufacturer.  Last year, CEN awarded scholarships of $1,000 each to 4 area students.

We are still offering a wide variety of corporate sponsorship opportunities. We are counting on the participation and generosity of CEN member companies, business leaders and individuals like you, to make this fundraising effort a resounding success. Any corporate sponsorship will be recognized on the CEN website and at the next CEN member meeting. Please forward event and sponsorship details to anyone that you believe would be interested in playing in or otherwise supporting this worthwhile cause.

To sponsor, please complete the form below.  When you contribute to the CEN Scholarship Golf Day, you are making a conscientious decision to ensure the continued success of manufacturing and manufacturing businesses in the United States for future generations to come.  

Thank you,

 2020 CEN Scholarship Golf Day Committee

States John Tattersall, President of FMP and current CEN Chairman & President, “CEN is proud to support our young adults who have chosen a path in the manufacturing field. All of our scholarship winners, both past and present, are tremendously accomplished students with a strong desire to make a difference in their careers. Our leaders at the national and state level now recognize that American manufacturing is vital to our country’s economic well-being. We are pleased to encourage and support these students, while in turn supporting America’s future.”