AMG Vanadium Continues Support For Math And Science Programs At Local High Schools
For over a decade, AMG Vanadium (AMG V) has provided financial support to enrich the academic experience of local youth at Meadowbrook, Cambridge, Buckeye Trail and John Glenn high schools. The Company recently presented each high school with a $2,000 check designated for their math and science departments and programs.
AMG Vanadium’s Executive Vice President, Tom Centa, comments, “We are pleased to continue AMG Vanadium’s longstanding support of STEM educational programs in our community. Math and science disciplines help students develop analytical, critical thinking, and problem solving skills which are important for today’s manufacturing companies that compete in a global marketplace like we do.”
Meadowbrook (left to right): Zack Eubanks, Maintenance C, AMG Vanadium; Devvon Dettra, Meadowbrook High School Principal; and Bryan Eubanks, Senior Maintenance A Standard, AMG Vanadium and President of USW Local 5050.
Cambridge (left to right): Kevin Smith, Math Department Chair; Dr. Ann Sherry, Science Department Chair; Colleen Heacock, Vice President of Organizational Development and Corporate Affairs, AMG Vanadium; Tom Hannon, Assistant Principal; and Stacy Carr, Director of Human Resources, AMG Vanadium.
Buckeye Trail (left to right): Jody Singler, Maintenance A Standard, AMG Vanadium; Dave Roe, Roaster Utility, AMG Vanadium; Sarah Mourer, Biology and Anatomy Teacher and Science Department Chair; and Bill Hartmeyer, Buckeye Trail High School Principal.
John Glenn (left to right): Colleen Heacock, Vice President of Organizational Development and Corporate Affairs, AMG Vanadium; Susan Grubbs, Science Teacher; Dave Adams, Superintendent; Mike Klinger, Math Teacher; Shawn Buchtel, Controller, AMG Vanadium; and Steve Brooks, JGHS Principal.
About AMG Vanadium LLC
AMG Vanadium LLC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of AMG Advanced Metallurgical Group N.V. (“AMG”, EURONEXT AMSTERDAM: “AMG”), a global leader in the production of highly engineered specialty metal products and advanced vacuum furnace systems. Located in Cambridge, Ohio, AMG Vanadium specializes in the environmentally beneficial conversion of oil refinery and power plant waste products into specialty metals used by global steel producers in automotive, energy transmission and infrastructure applications. By using materials which would otherwise be discarded as waste, AMG Vanadium encourages environmental stewardship, energy conservation and resource recovery, making it the environmental leader in this global industry. AMG Vanadium is the North American ferrovanadium market share leader and has two primary product lines: FEROVAN®, its ferrovanadium alloy used in the production of steel to improve its strength, and FeNiMoly® which is a valuable additive utilized in the production of stainless and carbon steels.
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