NJ MET Director Joseph Federico Announces Its 2015 Scholarship Recipient for Engineering, Science and Technology

Joseph Federico, NJ MET VP and Director of Operations, awarded its annual scholarship for engineering, science and technology to Eddie Filipovic, a senior at Passaic County Technical Institute in Wayne, NJ.  The annual scholarship’s goal is to recognize students who excel in the studies of science and technology.

NJ MET's Michael Giannini, right, congratulates NJ MET 2015 Scholarship recipient Eddie Filipovic at NJ MET's Clifton, NJ headquarters.

NJMET 2015 Scholarship winner Eddie Filipovic, left, is congratulated by NJ MET’s Michael Giannini.

“It was an honor for us to present the scholarship to Mr. Filipovic at his commencement ceremony in front of his faculty, colleagues and family members,” said Director Joseph Federico from their Clifton, NJ laboratory headquarters.  Mr. Filipovic was presented with a saving bond and a plaque by NJ MET representative Michael Giannini.

Mr. Filipovic will be studying Electrical Engineering at the NJ Institute of Technology starting this September. Last year, the scholarship was presented to a graduate of Clifton High School, Clifton NJ.

“We at NJ MET, Inc. are pleased to present this scholarship for the 15th straight year and offer an internship to current college students who will learn the intricacies of electronic component testing in the commercial, industrial, military and aerospace arenas,” added Joseph Federico.

NJ MET, a Clifton NJ based company, is an industry leader in testing of electronic components. For more information on participating in the annual scholarship, or any corporate charity cause, please contact Joseph Federico, at NJ MET headquarters in Clifton, NJ.

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About NJ MET:

NJ MET provides professional electronic component testing and consulting services to the commercial, aerospace, industrial and automotive fields worldwide.

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