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IT&E Donates $5,000 to NMC Foundation (May 8, 2009)

Reinforcing its commitment to enhancing educational opportunities for CNMI students, IT&E recently presented a $5,000 donation to the Northern Marianas College Foundation.

“We are proud of the longstanding partnership that our company has with the Northern Marianas College,” said Larry Knecht, Executive Vice President of IT&E. “We will continue to support the College and its efforts to advance higher education and to play a central role in the training and development of the local workforce.”

The donation, made through the Educational Tax Credit program, was presented in support of the upcoming 7th Annual Golf Foundation Open golf tournament, which is organized by the NMC Foundation. The tournament, the organization’s signature event, aims to raise critical funds to support NMC’s academic programs and services.

“We are immensely grateful for IT&E’s generous contribution,” said Ben Babauta, president of the NMC Foundation. “Their continued support of the Foundation year after year is one of the reasons the golf tournament has been as successful as it has been.”

The NMC Foundation is a non-profit organization whose goal is to raise funds to support the Northern Marianas College, the CNMI’s lone post-secondary educational institution. The organization is composed of individuals who are dedicated and committed to ensuring that CNMI students receive the utmost support in pursuing their educational goals.

“We are deeply thankful for IT&E’s donation,” said NMC President Dr. Carmen Fernandez. “The company’s donation will open many doors for our students.”

Saipan Laolao will play host to the 7th Annual NMC Foundation Open golf tournament, scheduled for Saturday, June 13, 2009. For sponsorship information or to register to play, please contact 234-5498 extension 1050.



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