The Independent Connecticut Petroleum Association Education Foundation, a private, non-profit vocational technical school approved by the State of Connecticut Commissioner of Higher Education, is pleased to announce the 2009 awards of the Eugene I. Mangini Scholarships to deserving high school students.
On the occasion of the ITEC School Board having awarded the scholarships ITEC President Gene Guilford said, “Our school board had a tough job selecting five scholarship winners from among more than 30 high school student applications this year. The five finalists did a remarkable job in writing essays and in their personal interviews and we congratulation them and all the students who vied for the scholarship this year.”
Awarded the ITEC Eugene I. Mangini Scholarship for 2009 are:
Kevin Smith, Clinton, CT
Tyler Baribault, Marion, CT
Jonathan DiMotta, East Hartford, CT
Louis Moncata, Higganum, CT
Jared Arnold, Ivoryton, CT
Each student receives a 50 percent scholarship to attend ITEC and this reduces the cost of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning energy conservation technician training from $6,280 down to $3,140. All five are starting school this fall at ITEC.
Since 1978, ITEC has been the center of professional training for the men and women of the HVAC trades to gain their professional education leading to gaining a state license. These men and women today, more than 4,500 of the all across Connecticut, provide the professional services to HVAC systems that reduces energy consumption, increases energy efficiency, and ultimately saves consumers money and helps protect our environment. These careers are the very essence of green collar jobs at work in Connecticut every single day.
For more information concerning ITEC and the professional training delivered at our school in Cromwell please visit www.icpatec.com