The Foundation for Dental Laboratory Technology (The Foundation) announced the winner of the 2017 Kois Center Education Grant:
Michael Flaws, CDT – Libertyville, IL
The Kois Center, along with the Foundation for Dental Laboratory Technology, created this grant in order to support the Foundation’s purpose by making higher level education more accessible to dental technicians working in a laboratory setting. The winner will be awarded one seat in the Biomechanics I & II course at no charge, thanks to the generosity of the Kois Center. The charge for such a course would typically retail for $9,995.
“The Kois Center Education Grant continues to hold a successful track record, as the number of applicants has consistently increased each year. We are excited to see this grant opportunity being embraced by the dental laboratory technology industry. It is only through the generosity of our supporters that we can offer these fantastic opportunities," said Foundation Chair, Jeff Stronk.
The Kois Center is located on the shore of Lake Union in the heart of Seattle, Washington, and offers a didactic and clinical program, featuring a comprehensive course curriculum of 9 courses, with the latest advances in esthetics, implant and restorative dentistry. The Kois Center uses the best and most current technology to facilitate and support the learning environment. For additional information about the Kois Center, visit www.koiscenter.com.
The Foundation for Dental Laboratory Technology is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The purpose of the Foundation is to advance the profession of dental laboratory technology by addressing industry driven needs and providing solutions that are relevant and accessible to dental technicians and other members of the dental team.
For additional information about the Foundation and its program, visit www.dentallabfoundation.org.
The Foundation relies heavily on donations from individuals as well as companies to fund the scholarship and grant programs. Donations are accepted throughout the year. To support the Foundation, please visit www.nadl.org/dltf/donate-online.cfm.