Williston, N.D. - WSC received a printer and labeling system from Core 4 Technologies on August 24 for Petroleum Production Tech students.
Jon Kremer of Core 4 Technologies donated the printer in August. Kremer met Ken Quamme, Associate Professor and Alberto Bellina, Petroleum Technology Instructor, at an event at Border States Electric. Quamme is an IT professor, while Bellina teaches Petroleum Technology classes. Kremer noticed their genuine interest and enthusiasm about attaining a higher-quality labeling printer for their students.
"This is the first time I have donated anything to a college or school. Ken and Alberto showed a true interest in having a more functional printer to teach their students with," Kremer stated. He deemed a contribution to WSC a worthy cause; "after some discussion and understanding how the labeler was going to be used, I offered a unit free of charge."
"The students will have a very robust, up-to-date printer to utilize as they are learning about labeling requirements in the electrical and communication/data world," says Kremer.
"Proper documentation and labeling is a must in the electrical and instrumentation industry that a lot of personnel don't follow," Bellina added. "If we can assist to teach the students the proper way, hopefully, in the future, when becoming professionals in the industry, they will continue following best practices and share the right way with their peers."
WSC strives to provide the best educational opportunities available in the area. This may be Core 4 Technologies' first donation of its type, but it will make a difference. A generous contribution like this to WSC's Petroleum Production Technology department will assist in continuing to set our students up for success.
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