F3 Engineering Receives Passaic County Technical Institute’s Business Partner of the Year Award

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Presented to one company for the past ten years by Passaic County Technical Institute, the business partner of the year award is given to businesses dedicated to providing students with work-based learning opportunities and fostering student skill development that enables them to compete in the global marketplace. F3 Engineering, an aerospace industry and manufacturing company in Paterson, has been selected as PCTI's 2010-11 recipient.

We are very pleased to have the opportunity to partner with PCTI and feel fortunate to be able to help educate and shape the workforce that will be meeting the future demands of the aerospace manufacturing industry.

F3 Engineering, an aerospace industry and manufacturing company, has been awarded Passaic County Technical Institute’s (PCTI) 2010-2011 “Business Partner of the Year Award.” Presented to one company each year from each vocational school district in the state, this prestigious honor is part of the statewide “Business Partnership Recognition Month” sponsored by the New Jersey Council of County Vocational-Technical Schools (NJCCVTS). NJCCVTS is a statewide advocacy organization that consists of vocational school districts in each of the 21 New Jersey counties. F3 Engineering was recognized due to their outstanding commitment and dedication to the students of PCTI.

“We congratulate F3 Engineering as our 2011 Business Partner of the Year,” said Diana C. Lobosco, chief school administrator. “We warmly welcome our business partnership with F3 Engineering and greatly appreciate their direct support. The success of any business depends greatly on a skilled and motivated workforce. We know we can train young people who will be an important part of F3’s continued success.”

Presented to one company for the past ten years by PCTI, the award is given to businesses dedicated to providing students with work-based learning opportunities and fostering student skill development that enables them to compete in the global marketplace. F3 Engineering currently sponsors a $5,000 scholarship to PCTI, as well as offering students numerous internship opportunities at their headquarters in Paterson.

“We are very pleased to have the opportunity to partner with PCTI,” said F3 President Odilo Vazquez, “and feel fortunate to be able to help educate and shape the workforce that will be meeting the future demands of the aerospace manufacturing industry.”

About F3 Engineering
F3 Engineering is a provider of technology, products and services in military and commercial mission-critical applications. With the resources and technical expertise to prototype and manufacture highly complex products, F3 brings technical, administrative and managerial resources together to provide a total program of complex engineering and contract manufacturing solutions. For more information on F3’s dedication to providing technical guidance and support to its customers, visit http://www.f3engineering.com or call Ken Rosenbaum, General Manager at (973) 442-2290.

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