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Arthrex has invested in our young people in so many ways and understands very well the relationship between economic prosperity and educational prosperity. The opportunities that will come from the new site—www.GetOntheBusCollier.org—will eventually allow all young people in our community access to local scholarship resources, internship opportunities, and other experiences. Arthrex is one of the three companies (CenturyLink and Wells Fargo are the others) that committed the capacity grants to build the new site. The functions on the site will gradually become available in the spring.
“Arthrex is proud to sponsor the “Get on the Bus” website. We believe in quality education for children and are excited with the opportunities this website will present to the students, teachers, parents and business partners in this community,” stated Connie Byrne, Recruiting Supervisor.
In addition, Arthrex is creatively leveraging other resources to support our youth. As do many other companies, Arthrex has a “points” program linked to office supply purchases. They decided to utilize those points to make a contribution to local students. To date, they have redeemed their points to purchase eight new wireless printers that will help graduates from the Take Stock in Children Scholarship and Mentoring program to be prepared with the technology they need to be successful in college.
“Arthrex is pleased to provide multifunction printers to help young, deserving college students in the Take Stock in Children program” states Nancy McLaughlin, Vice President of Information Systems. “Turning in points to get printers for Take Stock in Children was such an easy way to contribute to a great local cause. I encourage other businesses to look to see if they can do the same.”
Arthrex’s commitment to community can be seen throughout Collier County, particularly in those fundamental areas of developing the talent of youth, healthy living and heart health.