State Technical College of Missouri will hold its commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 1st for the 2021 graduating class. State Tech will hold three different ceremonies at 9am, noon and 3pm.
More than 740 students will graduate from State Tech this year and around 670 of those graduates will participate in the graduation ceremonies held outside on the State Tech campus.
State Tech alumni Greg Venverloh will deliver the keynote address. Greg Venverloh is a graduate of the PowerSports Technology program at State Technical College of Missouri. He earned his Associate of Applied Science degree in 2012.
After graduation Greg pursued the opportunity to work for Kawasaki Motors Corporation, a major power sports manufacturer. Greg is currently a Field Service Advisor for Kawasaki and works out of their home office in St. Louis, Missouri. He assists with over 120 Kawasaki dealerships across seven states in the Midwest.
In 2016, Greg started racing sport bikes at road course tracks across the Midwest, following the Midwest Café Racing Association (MCRA). After winning the 2017 MCRA’s Amateur Class Championship, Greg moved to the MCRA Expert Class and was elected the MCRA President in 2018. Greg left the MCRA and joined the Championship Cup Series (CCS) for the Midwest region in 2020. This summer he will race in his first MotoAmerica Pro Race at Road America Raceway in Wisconsin.
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