Kelly Engineering Resources announces ‘Future Engineers’ scholarship winner

Feb. 1, 2006

Kelly Engineering Resources, a business unit of global staffing provider Kelly Services, Inc., today announced the winner of its Future Engineers Scholarship program.

The scholarship recipient, Andrew Longenecker of Jupiter, Fla., is a mechanical/ biomedical engineering student at Duke University.

Longenecker’s essay on how advancements in biomedical engineering and nanotechnology are changing the course of science earned him the $5,000 educational scholarship from Kelly.

“Andrew’s exceptional essay illustrates the forward thinking and ingenuity our future workforce is capable of offering potential employers,” said Teresa Carroll, vice president and general manager of Kelly Engineering Resources.  “There is an eminent shortage of talent in our industry, so Kelly Engineering applauds students like Andrew for their hard work and
commitment to the field of engineering.”

Sponsors of the 2006 Kelly Engineering Resources Future Engineers Scholarship program included the Engineering Society of Detroit, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Chemical Processing magazine, Power Engineering magazine, and Nuclear News.

Kelly Engineering Resources created the Future Engineers Scholarship program to encourage student interest in an engineering career, to foster excellence in the engineering field and to help alleviate a critical current and future shortage of highly qualified engineers.

Through this program, sophomore- and junior-level college engineering students who meet certain criteria compete for a scholarship by submitting essays on contemporary industry topics.  Candidates are evaluated on their demonstrated potential for commitment to a career in engineering, outstanding academic performance, and depth of knowledge about the issue addressed.

About Kelly Engineering Resources
Kelly Engineering Resources is a highly specialized and rapidly expanding business unit of global staffing provider, Kelly Services, Inc.  Launched in 1998, Kelly Engineering currently employs more than 4,000 professionals on an average workday and maintains more than 40 company-owned and operated offices throughout North America, Europe, and the Pacific Rim.  Visit

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