As Dunwoody students and employees gear up for spring semester, the College would like to take a moment to congratulate our December graduates as well as thank an important donor and partner, Molly Kujawa from Klein Tools.
“Molly has been involved with the electrical department for about seven or eight years now,” said Electrical Construction & Maintenance Principal Instructor Karen Schmitt.
“She always comes through when helping our students. On several occasions, she has provided me with experts who have demonstrated and presented to our class; when I have had students who couldn’t afford something, she is always very quick to help.”
In addition to assisting students, Kujawa also frequently donates tools and materials to the program. Just recently, the Electrical Construction & Maintenance program received several multimeters; numerous low voltage test kits and low voltage hand tools; and multiple display boards.
Klein Tools recognizes Fall 2015 Outstanding Graduate
Each semester, Klein Tools also recognizes an Outstanding Program Graduate. The award is given to a graduating student who has gone above and beyond during his or her time at Dunwoody.
For the fall semester, Max Orman was the chosen recipient.
“Max has proven to be an exemplary example of what we expect of our students,” Schmitt said. “In addition to a very good GPA, he has had great attendance and an excellent work ethic.”
During Orman’s final class at Dunwoody, Kujawa surprised him with a $150 meter; a rare, etched pair of linesman pliers; and the Top Graduate award signed by the owner of Klein Tools.
Orman graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Electrical Construction & Maintenance last month. He was recently accepted into IBEW Local 292, the Minneapolis electrical union.