NJMET is proud to play this part in developing the next generation of technical leadership, said Joseph Federico
Clifton, NJ (PRWEB) June 23, 2011
Anthony Rodriguez, a Senior, at Passaic County Vocational Technical High School in Wayne, NJ was presented with the annual NJMET INC. Scholarship announced by company Vice President Joseph Federico.
NJMET representative Nicole Federico presented Mr. Rodriguez with a commemorative citation along with a United States Savings Bond in recognition of his outstanding performance and positive leadership. Mr. Rodriguez will be attending Rutgers University this fall.
The award, in its eleventh year was developed by Wayne, NJ resident Joseph Federico and recognizes students throughout the state who exemplify in academic excellence and positive leadership.
“NJMET is proud to play this part in developing the next generation of technical leadership,” said Joseph Federico (http://josephfedericonjmet.biz/)
For more information on participating in the annual NJMET scholarship, please contact Joseph Federico at (973) 546-5393 in their NJ headquarters. Please visit NJMET at http://www.njmetmtl.com
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