Claremore Daily Progress

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March 12, 2014

Pelco Structural honored as Educational Partner

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OKLAHOMA CITY —

“Jo and I fully understand the power of education to transform lives, and each gift we give has one end result – improving the lives of our state's greatest resource, its students,” Phil Albert said.
Institutions recognized as Business Partnership Excellence Awards honorees are provided $500 for tuition waivers to employees of the partnering businesses, internships for current students of the institutions to work at the partnering businesses, faculty externships with the partnering businesses and/or enhancement of the partnerships with additional equipment, materials or supplies. The State Regents provide a $500 match to the tuition waivers.
Past RSU partners to earn the honor include MidAmerica Industrial Park, the H.A. and Mary K. Chapman Charitable Trusts, Jane Phillips Medical Center, the City of Claremore, Grand River Dam Authority, ConocoPhillips, Claremore Regional Hospital and Manufacturing Service and Innovation.

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