William McCracken was both surprised and honored to be named a scholarship recipient from the Metals Service Center Institute. A recent graduate of Wesleyan Christian Academy in High Point, North Carolina, William will apply his award toward the study of computer science at Liberty University in Virginia.
His father, Paul McCracken was equally proud of his son upon learning the news. A senior engineer for O’Neal Manufacturing Services in Greensboro, NC, Paul has been a dedicated team member of OMS for the past 18 years.
William’s interest in computer science was sparked by one of the many honors and advanced placement classes he completed in high school. Recognized for his academic achievements as a National High School Scholar, he maintained perfect attendance and was a member of the Beta Club and the National Spanish Honor Society. William played both the saxophone and piano, and he distinguished himself in the honors band.
The Metals Service Center Institute (MSCI) is the premier, not-for-profit association serving the industrial metals industry. As a member of MSCI, O’Neal Manufacturing Services and our employees benefit from the vision, tools, and programs offered by the organization, which include academic scholarships supported by its individual chapters across North America. OMS is pleased to recognize William’s designation as an MSCI Scholarship recipient, and we wish him well as he continues his academic journey.