ATT Want S.C School To Promote Innovation

ATT Want S.C School To Promote Innovation – At the Trident Technical College held the 17th annual business education summit, the president of ATT South Carolina said that ATT want the South Carolina school to transform the system and promote innovation. Pamela Lackey answer the question from keynote speaker regarding to what have ATT done for student and community today.




Pamela Lackey, the president of ATT South Carolina also said that business need to partner with educational field by hosting job shadowing or helping fund needed school supplies and in other sides school as the educational part must follow up with business interest and partner with them.

At the annual business education summit, the education foundation gave its Business Education Partnership Award during the event for Audubon Center and Sanctuary, Alcoa Mt. Holly, Boeing South Carolina, Berkeley and Dorchester Counties,  Francis Beidler Forest and Palmetto Goodwill. Also awarded the Zucker Family Champions for Education Award to Leslie Fellabom.

“I think we have a phenomenal opportunity right now, we’ve got lots of great economic development projects going on, lots of new jobs coming into South Carolina.” president of ATT South Carolina, Pamela Lackey added.


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