Tyler Bitting

Tyler Bitting

Tyler is pursuing an Engineering Management degree through the University of Wisconsin-Madison virtual program while working full-time on third shift. He knows this education will open doors of opportunity, taking him to the next step in his career as a supervisor and to better provide for his family.

Besides work and school, Tyler coaches high school football and wrestling. He recognizes that athletics have played an important role in his life. Now he wants to pay it forward by being an important, trusted figure in kids’ lives and teach them lessons that will transcend from the team to everyday life.

Chris Winter, Assistant Head Football Coach at Wartburg College shares, “I have worked with Tyler the past three off-seasons. He is a detail-oriented person, tireless worker, and great teammate. He’s always ready to help the younger players and is passionate for mentoring and helping others. Tyler is a great candidate for this scholarship.”

Tyler’s previous scholarships were made possible with support from Motorola Solutions Foundation, National Association of State Fire Marshals, ICMA-RC, and Global Health & Safety.

Robin Hadaller

Robin Hadaller

Robin is pursuing her dual degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a focus in American Sign Language, special education, and psychology while simultaneously enrolled in Western Oregon University’s American Sign Language 2-year certification program. She will graduate in June of 2022. Robin’s career goal is to find a career in Mental Health Interpreting.

Robin sets high expectations for herself not only academically, but in her personal life as well. She has maintained a 3.77 cumulative GPA and is taking a rigorous course load while working a part-time job. Robin is a member of her school’s ASL club, currently serving as its Vice-President.

Says Chief Douglas Fosburg, “Robin is charismatic and genuine. Her commitment, determination, and drive to succeed is a testament to her character and makes her an ideal candidate for this scholarship.”

Robin’s previous scholarships were made possible with support from
Motorola Solutions Foundation and ICMA-RC.