It's always great to be thanked. Sometimes we don't say it enough. So THANK YOU! Your generosity allows students to complete their dream. With out our donors, we would not receive great emails like this one:
"...I can't thank you enough for the scholarship you offered me. I am (now) working toward my Bachelor degree and have a few credits left in order to graduate. Thank you , Simon C."
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In 2007, Rashid came to the United States through the Solace for Children program. In need of lifesaving medical treatment, Rashid spent six weeks in the Lake Norman area recovering from surgery. In 2009, Rashid became a translator for the Solace program. Today, Rashid plays the role of peace ambassador for Solace in addition to being an honors student at Central Piedmont Community College. Zaman Rashid has big plans for his homeland and for other Afghan children in need of the Solace for Children program.
CB&I Co. is contributing $100,000 to Central Piedmont Community College to support the welding and nondestructive-examination facilities at school's Harper Campus. Announcement of the gift was made during the Charlotte Chamber's intercity visit to Houston last week.
CB&I, also known as Chicago Bridge and Iron, has 900 employees in uptown Charlotte following its acquisition of the Shaw Power Group. The company (NYSE:CBI) focuses on energy infrastructure, and welding and examination skills are essential to the fabrication of its products.
"While CB&I is a new name to Charlotte, we consider the Queen City to be a vital area of growth for our power operations, and we fully recognize that Charlotte has become a key hub of electricity growth in the United States," said Jeff Merrifield, senior vice president and a member of the chamber's executive committee. Story continues...