(PRWEB) May 11, 2005
Genelle Baston and William Pulver presented NTI with a check for $700 raised and donated in honor of their father, Albert W. Pulver, who passed away on February 16, 2005 at the age of 80. Albert W. Pulver was stationed in Germany and France during World War II, serving his country with two tours of duty. After the war, he moved his family from Massachusetts to Maine and began a twenty-five year career in 1961, driving for Greyhound Bus Lines. Albert was a loving and devoted father of six, grandfather of ten and great grandfather of six. Genelle Baston remembers her father most for his loving devotion to children.
NTI will apply the $700 scholarship fund toward a worthy candidateÂs tuition for their CDL training program. The Albert W. Pulver Memorial Scholarship Fund will give a future student a tremendous opportunity to enter one of the premier CDL training institutes in the northeast. The student will receive superior direction by industry leading instructors and will have the opportunity for employment with some of the nationÂs largest carriers through the assistance of NTIÂs Career Services Department.
The staff at NTI would like to thank the Pulver family for creating this scholarship fund, which will offer assistance to a deserving student and help start them on their way to entering a rewarding and stable industry, traveling many of the same roads as Albert did for so many years.
To apply for the Albert W. Pulver Memorial Scholarship Fund, please contact Northeast Technical Institute at 1-800-447-1151.
NTI provides short-term, career-focused education in the fields of Healthcare, Information Technology, Truck Driving, and Bartending. NTI currently operates three school campuses: Scarborough and Herman, Maine and Haverhill, Massachusetts. For more information, log on to http://www.Northeasttech.com or call toll free (1-800-447-1151).
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