Representatives from Eaton Corporation made the presentation to District 50 during the October Board Meeting. Pictured left to right: Alex Merritt, Eaton HR Generalist, Shell Dula, D50 Board Chair, Rick McClain, HR Manager at Eaton Electrical, Tim Wideman, Plant Manager at the Power Breaker Center
Greenwood School District 50 was given the opportunity to apply for an Eaton Charitable Contribution Grant.Annually, as part of the Community Involvement Planning cycle, the three Eaton organizations in the Greenwood area independently brainstorm on organizations to consider for the Eaton Charitable Fund.
The Eaton organizations consider the following factors: 1) Business Alignment (short and long term), 2) Employee Impact, 3) Community Impact.
Based on these criteria STEMS and the 50G Technology Initiative were selected to receive support from the Eaton Charitable Contribution Fund. This latest grant for $25,000 is the fourth grant that the STEMS Magnet Program has received from the Eaton Charitable Contribution Grant.