Greenville Tech Foundation Honors Bosch-Rexroth, Greenville Health System, and Michelin North America

Pictured (L to R) are: Dr. Keith Miller, President of Greenville Technical College; Mike McCormick, Vice President and Technical Plant Manager, Bosch Rexroth; Christoph Kleu, Vice President, Bosch Rexroth; Ann Wright, Vice President of Advancement, Greenville Tech Foundation; Dave Stafford, Executive VP of Personnel, Chief Human Resources Officer, Michelin; Dr. Spence Taylor, President, Greenville Health System; Sam Erwin, Chairman of the Board, Greenville Tech Foundation

Greenville Tech Foundation Honors Bosch-Rexroth, Greenville Health System, and Michelin North America
Honorees Recognized for Gifts Totaling More than $3 Million to Greenville Tech Foundation

Greenville, S.C. – October 11th, 2018- The Greenville Tech Foundation hosted the 2018 Workforce Development Salute on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 with a new format and venue. The annual event highlighted the recent opening of the college’s new aircraft maintenance training facility at the South Carolina Technology and Aviation Center with an “aviation” themed event held inside the facility’s main hangar. A networking reception and program featured the 2018 honorees - Bosch-Rexroth, Greenville Health System, and Michelin North America. Together, these organizations have given gifts and donations totaling more than $3 million dollars.

“Thanks to our honorees’ commitment to the mission of Greenville Technical College, these organizations help our students succeed through funds for scholarships and valuable learning tools that equip them with skills to compete for some of today’s best jobs,” said Dr. Keith Miller, president of Greenville Technical College. “These companies have consistently supported and hired our qualified graduates and keep our workforce growing. Without their relentless support to the success of the college and our students, the Upstate would not benefit from the prosperous, highly trained workforce we enjoy today.”

“Bosch-Rexroth, Greenville Health System and Michelin North America recognize the Upstate of South Carolina as an innovative leader in healthcare and manufacturing,” said Ann Wright, vice president for advancement of the Greenville Tech Foundation. “We are honored these companies choose to invest in our current students, the college, and our graduates, which provides a talent pipeline into rewarding careers.”

The Greenville Tech Foundation supports the efforts of Greenville Technical College to train and educate the workforce of the Upstate. The Foundation hosts this event annually to celebrate the contributions of businesses and community members in building the local workforce. Additionally, the event emphasizes the importance of developing a skilled labor pool for Greenville’s growing workforce needs. Funds raised through the generous support of sponsors and attendees contribute significantly to support for the needs of the students and Greenville Technical College.

For more information about the Workforce Development Salute, visit www.greenvilletechfoundation.org/2018-wds.php

About Greenville Tech Foundation

The Greenville Tech Foundation, Inc., established in 1973, is a non-profit corporation separate from Greenville Technical College but operating for the benefit of the college. The Greenville Tech Foundation provides financial support to the college and students beyond that which can be obtained from state and local funding sources. The foundation is governed by a board of directors comprised of recognized Greenville County leaders in business, industry and other professions.

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