WMIA Educational Foundation Awards over $35,000 in Scholarships, New Board Members, 40 Under 40, and more!
Honorees of the 2020 Wood Industry 40 Under 40 have been announced by Woodworking Network. This year marks the fifth annual awarding of the 40 Under 40, which celebrates the next generation of industry professionals who are making an impact on wood products manufacturing in North America.
For a number of years, the Woodworking Machinery Industry Association’s (WMIA) Educational Foundation has awarded scholarships to those who want to study, and eventually pursue a career in, wood technology, machinery, and related fields. To date, the Foundation has provided more than $480,000 to assist talented students with furthering their educational and career goals.
Virginia Tech – U.S. Forest Service has published its housing market commentaries for April 2020. These commentaries contain in-depth data and comments on the U.S. housing market.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt our lives and enterprises, IWF 2020 and the global woodworking industry it serves are not immune to such intrusion. That inescapable reality lies at the heart of the difficult decision to cancel this year’s event.
WMIA Educational Foundation Awards $35,400 in Scholarships
Virginia Tech – U.S. Forest Service has published its housing market commentaries for March 2020. These commentaries contain in-depth data and comments on the U.S. housing market.
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The Woodworking Machinery Industry Association (WMIA) announced today that Jeffrey Wasserman, an instructor at Seattle Central College’s Wood Technology Center, will receive the 2020 Educator of the Year Wooden Globe Award.
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