PeopleTec Donates $250,000 to ASCTE
PeopleTec, Inc. Donates $250,000 to Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering, Empowering the Knowledge and Passion of Future Innovators
Huntsville, AL — PeopleTec, Inc., a leading provider of innovative technology solutions, is pleased to announce a generous donation of $250,000 to the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering (ASCTE). This contribution reflects PeopleTec’s commitment to advancing education and nurturing the passion of young minds in the field of technology and engineering.
ASCTE is renowned for its exceptional programs designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in the rapidly evolving field of technology and engineering. Recognizing the importance of fostering a strong foundation in cybersecurity education, PeopleTec has taken a proactive step in supporting ASCTE’s mission.
The $250,000 contribution from PeopleTec will provide invaluable resources to ASCTE, empowering the institution to enhance its curriculum, invest in cutting-edge technology, and expand opportunities for students to engage in experiential learning. The donation will facilitate the development of practical skills, encourage critical thinking, and promote collaborative problem-solving among the bright young minds attending ASCTE.
Matt Massey, President of the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering, expressed his gratitude for the generous donation, stating, “We are immensely grateful to PeopleTec for their remarkable support. This contribution will enable us to further elevate our technology and engineering programs, ensuring that our students receive a world-class education and are well-prepared to tackle the ever-evolving challenges in the cyber domain.”
The collaboration between PeopleTec, Inc. and the Alabama School of Cyber Technology and Engineering represents a joint dedication to nurturing talent, driving innovation, and ensuring the long-term security of the cybersecurity landscape. This partnership will have a profound impact that reaches well beyond the confines of ASCTE, benefiting not only the students but also the entire industry. A check presentation ceremony is scheduled to take place on August 1, 2023, at the ASCTE, further solidifying this significant alliance.
ASCTE is one of three public magnet high schools serving students throughout Alabama. It is currently the only public high school in the nation to integrate cyber technology and engineering into all academic disciplines. ASCTE’s mission is to ensure all students achieve high levels of learning, focusing on embedding cyber protections into the engineering lifecycle.
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