Miura Presents Welding College & Career Academy Funds
Miura Sponsors Welding Education Program in Polk County, Georgia
As one of the largest employers in Polk County, the Miura America team jumped at the chance to give back to their community by donating to the Polk County College and Career Academy to advance learning opportunities for local students.
Miura’s own Mark Utzinger and Cody Nichols handed over a donation of $10,000 to welding instructor Matt Hayden to help grow the College and Career Academy’s welding program. The money will sponsor a specialty welding booth within the school’s welding shop.
“Partnerships, such as the one we have with Miura, are key to the college and career academy concept,” Dr. Katie Thomas, CEO of Polk County College and Career Academy, told Northwest Georgia News. “In order to be successful, we have to work closely with our local business and industry. It only makes sense that our local employers have a say in what critical skills we should be teaching our students so that ultimately they are not only educated when they graduate, but also employable.”
This is just one example of Miura’s commitment to thinking globally and acting locally. Miura holds a position on the advisory board of Polk County College and Career Academy, and the company is also a Business and Industry partner for the local Chamber of Commerce.
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