Iron Senergy donates 16,000 sq. ft. building, 47 acres to Greene County Career & Technology Center
Iron Senergy was proud to announce the donation of a 16,000-square-foot building and 47 acres of surrounding property to the Greene County Career & Technology Center. The facility and acreage will help the school offer training opportunities for students at the Franklin Township, PA, just east of Waynesburg.
Here’s more, from the Observer-Reporter:
“The donation of this facility is a once-in-a-lifetime educational opportunity for students in Greene County,” GCCTC Director Mark Krupa said. “Given the current economic status in Greene County, it would be nearly impossible to purchase or build a similar facility. The opportunities that we will be able to offer students would not be possible without this donation.”
“Without this donation, this is something that would be nearly impossible to do in Greene County. This is the biggest thing to happen since they built the CTC,” Krupa said.
Iron Senergy was proud to make the donation, and are excited to help provide more learning opportunities for students in the area. See more here about how Iron Senergy is involved with the community and the Iron Impact program.