The first Grainger Tools for Tomorrow scholarship was awarded to Henry Ford Community College (Dearborn, Mich.) student Michael Guido, who was nominated by the school's faculty. Guido is entering the second year of the school's architecture/construction program. The scholarship, which is the first in a series of scholarships that Grainger will be awarding across the country, recognizes outstanding students with funding for their second year of schooling and a Grainger tool package upon successful completion of the student's vocational program.