2020 High School Competition Results

    Congratulations to our 2020 High School Competition winners! 30 talented students from 11 schools competed in either manual or CNC, and the following students took home the prizes:

    Manual Machining:

    1st Place-Paul Malinosky, Central Nine Career Center (Darryl Willoughby, instructor)

    2nd Place-Dalton Godler, Pike Central High School (Mark Scott, instructor)

    3rd Place-Samuel Henson, Pike Central High School (Mark Scott, instructor)


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    The following schools brought students to compete this year:

    • Huntington North
    • White River Valley
    • Richmond High School
    • Southeastern Career Center
    • Pike Central High School
    • Vincennes University XX
    • Central Nine Career Center
    • Area 31 Career Center
    • Prosser Career Center
    • Columbus North
    • Southern Indiana Career & Technical Center

    Thank you to all of the volunteers and sponsors who helped to make this event a success!

    • Major Tool & Machine
    • Vista Metals
    • Overton Industries
    • Shelton Machinery/Mazak
    • HAAS Factory Outlet
    • Endress+Hauser
    • Perfecto
    • Royal Products
    • Boyer Machine & Tool
    • Apex Tool & Manufacturing
    • Schaefer Technologies
    • Circle City Heat Treating
    • Allied Automation
    • Vincennes University
    • Ivy Tech
    • Lincoln Tech
    • Blackhawk Industries
    • Haggard & Stocking

    Stay tuned for photos from the event!


    2020 INTMA Machining Scholarship

    The 2020 INTMA Scholarship Application will open on February 1.  Thanks to the generosity of our golf outing sponsors and participants, we continue to be able to fund this scholarship to help support students seeking careers in the precision machining and manufacturing industry in Indiana.

    The INTMA Scholarship is an annual tuition scholarship created by the INTMA to promote the tooling and machining industry and assist students desiring to advance their education and pursue a career in tooling and machining.  Applicants should demonstrate a clearly defined career interest in the tooling and machining industry.

    Successful scholarship applicants receive an annual award of up to $10,000 to cover tuition, books and tools expense for two semesters. Awards are for one academic year only. Recipients may re-apply for a second scholarship.  The scholarship is administered by the Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) and selections are made by the INTMA scholarship selection committee.

    Please be sure to share the following links to the information and application pages on the CICF website.  Questions? Please email INTMA at [email protected]