Rapid awards $8K to six NCC students in fall 2017

Rapid Manufacturing awarded $8,000 in scholarship funds to six NCC students this fall

NASHUA, NH - Nashua Community College is excited to report that Rapid Manufacturing has awarded $8,000 in scholarship funds to six students enrolled in our manufacturing program this fall.

“We are thankful to Rapid Manufacturing for offering our students this opportunity to help with their educational goals,” said Mark Dodge, Precision Manufacturing Program Coordinator at NCC, “Rapid has been a key supporter of our Precision Manufacturing program here at NCC, and has once again provided scholarships for our students.”

Part of the 2017-2018 Rapid Manufacturing Corporation Scholarship, the funds were split between the following students:

• Patrick Grady of Londonderry received $2,000

• Austin (A.J.) Knust of Merrimack received $2,000

• Eric Rantamaki of Mason received $1,000 • Amanda Roy of Goffstown received $1,000

• Alana Samuelson of Francestown received $1,000

• Nicholas Taylor of Brookline received $1,000

“We at NCC are lucky to work closely with our advisory board members like Rapid who do so much for our students,” Dodge said. Rapid Manufacturing offers a variety of machining services right here in Nashua. Rapid Manufacturing is a frequent supporter of NCC and its students.

About Nashua Community College

Since 1970, Nashua Community College has been successfully meeting the educational needs of the Greater Nashua area by providing a high quality, two-year, post-secondary education. The college partners closely with area industries that provide students with a unique perspective in their fields of study, allowing for a real-world experience to further their academic journey. Students can choose from a variety of associate degree and certificate programs, with six programs now being offered online. Nashua Community College is a member of the Community College System of New Hampshire. The seven community colleges in the system are committed to working with businesses throughout the state to train and retain employees to develop a robust workforce across all sectors and embraces the “65 by 25 initiative,” which calls for 65 percent of New Hampshire citizens to have some form of postsecondary education by 2025 to meet future workforce demands. For more information about Nashua Community College, visit http://nashuacc.edu.