POCATELLO — Premier Technology Inc. is excited to announce the 2019 recipients of their Employee Dependent Scholarships. Premier is a proud supporter of education and has awarded eight scholarships to children of their employees.
Spike Adams will graduate from Blackfoot High School and plans to study automotive technology at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls.
Sofie Borzadek is graduating from Century High School in Pocatello and plans to study biology/pre-medicine at Carroll College in Helena, Montana.
McKenna Dunahoo is graduating from Highland High School in Pocatello and plans to study elementary education at Brigham Young University-Idaho in Rexburg.
Alyssa Ferrin will graduate from Weber High School in Pleasant View, Utah, and plans to study biology at Utah State University in Logan, Utah.
Trinity Griggs will graduate from Highland High School and plans to study health science at Idaho State University in Pocatello.
Emily Henry is graduating from Rigby High School and plans to study elementary education at Brigham Young University-Idaho.
Kassidi Simpson will graduate from Century High School and plans to study occupational therapy at Idaho State University.
Sierra Wolfley is graduating from Bingham Academy in Blackfoot and plans to study engineering at the College of Eastern Idaho in Idaho Falls.
Premier Technology, Inc. head-quartered in Blackfoot Idaho was established in 1996. The custom fabrication business offers: design/engineering, fabrication, machining, electrical, industrial coatings and more. Premier proudly services the following industries: Department of Energy, Commercial Nuclear, Food and Beverage, Mining & Industrial. Premier is currently hiring, you can apply at www.ptius.net / careers.