Hypertherm announces winners of 2023 Spark Something Great Educational Grant Program

Hypertherm, a manufacturer of industrial cutting systems and software, has announced the recipients of its 2023 Spark Something Great educational grants. Twelve programs were selected from a pool of 104 applications representing public schools, vocational schools, and colleges from throughout the U.S. and Canada.

This year’s recipients are:

  • Taylorsville Attendance Center, Taylorsville, Miss.
  • Northwest Louisiana Technical Community College, Shreveport, La.
  • Shafter High School, Shafter, Calif.
  • Christel House Academy South, Indianapolis
  • Stanton Community Schools, Stanton, Neb.
  • Grundy Area Vocational Center, Morris, Ill.
  • Toledo Area Sheet Metal JATC, Rossford, Ohio
  • Burns Flat-Dill City Schools, Burns Flat, Okla.
  • Kustom Built Cars Educational Workshop, Grand Junction, Colo.
  • Moran ISD, Moran, Texas
  • Eastern Pulaski School Corp., Winimac, Ind.
  • Waterloo Career Center, Waterloo, Iowa

Each of the 12 schools will receive a Hypertherm Powermax45 XP plasma system and in-person training from a Hypertherm industrial cutting expert.