Cedar Rapids -The NSCA Education Foundation announced a $10,000 contribution from Lectrosonics today. Lectrosonics is a continued supporter of this charitable foundation and the many educational initiatives it spearheads on behalf of the electronic systems industry.
As a gold club supporter, Lectrosonics' contribution will be used to support the educational efforts of both professionals entering the electronic systems industry and those seeking continuing education and career advancement within the industry. Specific programs include Project EST, an NSCA-led training and certification program for electronic systems installers, technicians and integrators, student memberships and education dollars for other NSCA educational programs like project management, fall business conference and expo education classes.
"Lectrosonics is pleased to join in the education initiatives of NSCA," said Gordon Moore, Vice President, Sales, Lectrosonics, Inc. "In addition to developing an educated workforce, this program has immeasurable benefit to the manufacturers, the dealers and ultimately, the end users. We have long had a strong belief in education and are glad to help support the industry as we all continue to grow together. We look forward to continued success and an expanded role in our partnership with the Foundation and NSCA."
"We are excited to have Lectrosonics join us in pursuit of a higher level of education and training for our industry," said Craig Thompson, NSCA Education Foundation President. We appreciate their generosity and support."
About the NSCA Education Foundation
Kim Doyle Vice President, Communications
NSCA 625 First St. SE Ste. 420
Cedar Rapids, IA 52401
800.446.6722 / 319.366.6722 fax: 319.366.4164
Gordon Moore, Vice President, Sales
581 Laser Road, Rio Rancho, NM 87124
800-821-1121/505-892-4501 ext. 117