Clifton, NJ (PRWEB) June 27, 2012
Joseph Federico, NJ MET Vice President and Director of Operations announced the awarding of the NJ MET annual scholarship to Joseph Lubertazzi, a senior at Wayne Valley High School. The annual scholarship’s goal is to promote the study of engineering, science and technology.
“NJ MET’s professional staff is made of engineers and engineering assistants. As a company we understand the need to promote the study of engineering, science and technology,” Joseph Federico said.
Joseph Lubertazzi was presented with a savings bond and a certificate. The scholarship was created in 2001 by Joseph Federico. It is presented each year to a NJ high school graduate. Last year, it was given to a graduate of Passaic County Technical High School.
“It feels great to be recognized in the fields of science and technology because they happen to be the passions of my life,” Lubertazzi said in a statement published on Wayne.patch.com
“We are proud to present the scholarship for the 12th consecutive year,” said Joseph Federico, a current Wayne NJ resident.
NJ MET, a Clifton NJ based company, is an industry leader in testing electronic components both for performance and to ensure that the parts are not counterfeit components. NJ MET’s Mission Imposter® Counterfeit Component Detection Program is a multi-step inspection and testing process used by engineers and engineering assistants to prevent counterfeit product distribution.
For more information on participating in the annual NJMET scholarship, please contact Joseph Federico , at (973) 546-5393 at NJ MET engineering headquarters in Clifton, NJ. Please visit the NJMET website at http://www.njmetmtl.com
NJMET provides professional electronic component testing to the Commercial, Military, Aerospace, Industrial and Automotive fields worldwide. Its state of the art Mission Imposter® Counterfeit Detection Process identifies counterfeit or cloned products.