East Texas Section of NACE donates $10,000 to KC Corrosion Technology scholarship program

The East Texas Section of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) donated $10,000 Oct. 27 to the Kilgore College Corrosion Technology scholarship program.

­Representatives from the East Texas Section of NACE to present the check to KC were Jordan Groody and Chris Holp.

The East Texas Section of NACE raises funds through membership dues, seminar registrations and annual fundraising events which are organized and run by the KC Corrosion Technology program.  It is a proud partner of the KC Corrosion Technology program and recognizes KC’s program as a critical educational resource to the global corrosion industry.

For more information on the KC Corrosion Technology program visit www.kilgore.edu/corrosion.


Photo from left to right:

Bonnie Burgess, KC program director/instructor of Corrosion Technology; Chris Holp (NACE); Jordan Groody (NACE); Randy Lewellen, KC’s dean of Public Services & Industrial Technologies; Dane Deen, KC Corrosion Technology instructor; D’Wayne Shaw, KC’s workforce dual credit coordinator and industrial technologies department chair; and Jeanette Miller, KC academic advisor.

Photo by Jamie Maldonado/KC