Project Mini Chopper

Get Your Motor Running!

About Us

What is Project Mini Chopper? 

Project Mini Chopper is a Manitowoc County wide effort to promote careers in manufacturing.  This fall, there are four teams that have taken on the challenge of designing and building a mini-chopper. 

The High School Manufacturing Project is a collaborative effort spearheaded by Progress Lakeshore and The Chamber of Manitowoc County with supporting sponsorship by area businesses, local high schools, and Lakeshore Technical College.

The project will give high school students real life experiences as they build the mini chopper as part of their academic curriculum throughout the school year. 

Participating students will: 
    
Learn about manufacturing careers
     Gain new skills
     Connect with area employers
     Experience real world issues
     Meet new people
     Have FUN!

Our Mission

Assist students, parents, educators and the community understand that manufacturing provides excellent career opportunities, which will help create a skilled workforce to meet manufacturing needs today and in the future.

 

2015-16 Winner: Lincoln High School Sponsor: Allstates Rigging

2015-16 Scholarship Award Winners: Ethan Ralph (TRHS); Brock Bauer (LHS); Luke Olson (LHS); and Joseph Foth (LHS)

Mini Chopper Committee Members

Ashley Armstrong

Manitowoc Public School District


Rick Conrad

Manitowoc Public School District


Angel Johanek

The Chamber of Manitowoc County

Sara Greenwood

School District of Mishicot


Jill Hennessey-Chair

Lakeshore Technical College


Robin Kaufmann

Ant Hill Mob M.C. Ltd. &

Lakeshore Technical College

Karen Nichols

The Chamber of Manitowoc County


Jami Kapral

Lakeshore Technical College


Kelli Grasse

Lakeshore Technical College


Kari Mueller