ATC Automation Presents its Scholarship to Nash and Henry

Mar 12, 2015

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. – Kery Nash and Zachery Henry recently received a scholarship check from Cookeville’s ATC Automation.  Both Nash and Henry are majoring in MET at Tennessee Tech University (TTU).   ATC has benefited from TTU over the past 37 years.  Approximately 20% of its 220 employees are graduates of TTU.  “ATC is glad we can give something back to TTU and its student body.  ATC is basically an engineering ‘think tank’ and we are fortunate to have such a top engineering university like TTU in our own back yard to pull talent from” said Tony Green, ATC Sales and Marketing and TTU alumni.

 
ATC Automation designs and builds automated assembly and test systems.  These systems produce the products many see every day.  From Life Science, to Transportation, to Energy and Consumer Products; ATC supplies custom systems throughout the world from here in Cookeville. 

 
After a thorough application and interview process, ATC chose Nash and Henry as the recipients for this term’s scholarship award.  ATC has presented this award for several years and plans on continuing to support TTU for many years to come. 

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Pictured from left to right:  Kery Nash, Ethan Bernhardt (ATC Team Leader and TTU Alumni), and Zachery Henry

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