Paul Armstrong '14 credits his education in the Composites Technology program with his ability to design and fabricate his new product, LOKT Charge.
This is Part 3 of a 4-part blog series on financing your education.
In the first two parts of this blog series on financial aid, we addressed two big questions prospective students grapple with as they plan their postsecondary education (Should I apply and how do I apply for financial aid?). Here, we are going to dive into the most frequently asked questions we hear at IYRS School of Technology & Trades.
This is Part 2 of a 4-part blog series on financing your education.
We have been taught that lumber is organic, at one time full of life, and occasionally it appears to come back to life even as it’s worked, apparently eager to take on the character of a boat’s soul.
You are not alone if you aren’t sure whether to apply for financial aid like scholarships, grants, or loans. But the problem is, if you don’t answer that question early you may never move forward with your plans to go to school. Why? It’s simple, finances drive every aspect of the decision-making process.
The composites plant lights go out as the last finger scan goes in the time clock and the worker crosses the portal, headed for home...
My decision to attend IYRS came to me like a period at the end of a sentence...
Who knew Maude Weisser is a tic-tac-toe shark? Or that Brandon McCarraher is victorious at 3D printing game board pieces? You see, in the Digital Modeling & Fabrication shop we are about having fun, in addition to jam-packed days of learning!
Andrea Williams came to IYRS in 2017 with two goals: One was practical and one more more of a dream...
Interested in carbon fiber and composite technology? Learn more about how we got here, the current uses of carbon fiber, and how to get involved in the future of carbon fiber manufacturing & building.