ARM Scholarships

ARM Foundation 2022 Scholarships

The Automotive Recyclers of Minnesota Foundation awarded seven $1,000 scholarships for the 2022 giving cycle. The scholarship recipients are selected by an independent panel of Minnesota educators.

ARM congratulates the following individuals on their scholarship awards and wishes all applicants the best of luck in their academic endeavors!

Abigail Huesers will be starting her second year at Minnesota State University Moorhead this fall where she is studying Psychology. Her long-term goal is to become a family law attorney.
ARM Member: PAM's Auto (St. Cloud)
Parent: Pat Huesers - Owner

Ezekiel Karels graduated from Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted High School in June of 2022. He will be attending North Dakota State University in the fall, where he intends on studying Industrial Engineering. He would like to one day work with businesses to help them run efficiently.
ARM member: Reaper's Choice Auto Parts, Green Isle, MN.
Parent: Marvin Karels owner.

Jeremiah Karels will be starting his second year at Ridgewater College this fall, where he is enrolled in the Autobody and Collision Technology Program.
ARM member: Reaper's Choice Auto Parts (Green Isle)
Parent: Marvin Karels - Owner

Josephine Meyer will be starting her second year at St. Benedict's this fall where she is focusing on a major in Sociology with an Art minor. She would like to have a career in the social justice/non-profits arena and perhaps attend law school.
ARM Member: PAM's Auto (St. Cloud)
Parent: Michael Meyer - Owner/Manager

Maxwell Meyer graduated from Cathedral High School in May of 2022. Although he has not determined what college he will be attending in the fall, he does know that he would like to study business/economics, and some day own and manage his own business.
ARM Member: PAM's Auto (St. Cloud)
Parent: Michael Meyer - Owner/Manager

Rebecca Reimer graduated from Waconia High School in May of 2022. In the fall, Rebecca plans to attend Arizona State University where she would like to study Psychology to better understand the mind and help herself and others with mental health.
ARM Member: Sharp Auto Parts (Stillwater)
Parent: Larry Reimer - Sales

Ryan Rudd will be starting his second year at University of Wisconsin La Crosse this fall. He is working toward a bachelor's degree in business management, and his goal is to own a trade business.
ARM member: Elite Auto (Long Lake)
Parent: Shane Rudd - Manager


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