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Company Commits $100,000 for Future Engineers

Funds Will Help Boost DesignCamp Program

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Goodrich Corp.’s ISR Systems has recently signed a four-year, $100,000 commitment for UMass Lowell’s Future Engineers Center and its innovative DesignCamp program. Every summer, DesignCamp offers over a dozen hands-on workshops on the campus to more than 500 students in grades 5 to 10.

The photo shows, from left, Goodrich/ISR Systems President Tom Bergeron, Dean John Ting, Goodrich/ISR Systems vice president and General Manager Dick Wientzen, human resources vice president Dan DeSantis, UML Future Engineers Center Executive Director Doug Prime and Chancellor Marty Meehan during the check presentation June 22.

Goodrich/ISR Systems designs and builds custom-engineered electro-optical systems for defense, scientific and commercial applications, and has facilities in Chelmsford,; Danbury, Conn.; Ithaca, N.Y.; Albuquerque, N.M.; Princeton, N.J.; and Malvern, U.K.