Wells Fargo Supports Greenville Tech With a Gift of $50,000

AUGUST 16, 2012

Wells Fargo Supports Greenville Tech With a Gift of $50,000

Wells Fargo Bank has made a state-wide commitment to workforce development and job creation that includes a gift of $50,000 to the Greenville Tech Foundation. 

In presenting the gift to Greenville Tech, Wells Fargo Greenville Market President, Brian Rogers, said, "Through our long partnership with Greenville Technical College we have seen the impact the College makes on our community's business development through preparation of a trained workforce.  Routinely we hear of business and individual lives that have been greatly improved by the work of the faculty and staff at Greenville Tech." 

In accepting the gift, College President, Dr. Keith Miller, praised Wells Fargo for their commitment to the community's economic well-being, saying, "With business partners like Wells Fargo, the students and faculty at Greenville Tech will continue to provide leading edge, market-needs-focused training that will help assure a workforce that will be attractive to leading edge as well as mature businesses that provide high-quality, well-paying employment."

In photo, left to right: Brian Rogers, Wells Fargo Bank Greenville Market President; Brent Weaver, Wells Fargo; Mark Freeman, Wells Fargo Vice President/Relationship Manager; Bob Howard, President Greenville Tech Foundation; Keith Miller, President of Greenville Technical College