For nearly two decades, AMG Vanadium (AMG V) has provided financial support to enrich the academic experience for 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 to support their math and science department programs.
AMG Vanadium’s 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.”
Nathan Fisher, Math Teacher, Buckeye Trail High School; Robert Milliner, STEM Teacher, Buckeye Trail High School; Colleen Heacock, Vice President of Organizational Development and Corporate Affairs, AMG Vanadium; Bill Hartmeyer, Assistant Principal, Buckeye Trail High School; Megan Stimpert, Shipping Supervisor, AMG Vanadium; Shanna Wayble, Career Navigator, Buckeye Trail High School.
Jason Bunting, Principal, Cambridge High School; Kristin Winnett, Office Manager, AMG Vanadium; Tom Hannon, STEM Teacher, Cambridge High School; Lexi Pyers, Raw Materials Coordinator, AMG Vanadium.
Kayla Helser, Human Resources Coordinator, AMG Vanadium; Scott Carpenter, Principal, John Glenn High School; Shawn Buchtel, Controller, AMG Vanadium; and Colleen Heacock, Vice President of Organizational Development and Corporate Affairs, AMG Vanadium.
Colleen Heacock, Vice President of Organizational Development and Corporate Affairs, AMG Vanadium; Devvon Dettra, Principal, Meadowbrook High School; and Zack Eubanks, Maintenance A, AMG Vanadium.