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Wednesday August 15th, 2018 4:58AM

Harbin Lumber Co. donates funds for North Ga. Tech engineering scholarships

By AccessWDUN Staff

Harbin Lumber Company has established two $500 scholarships for students enrolled in the Engineering Technology AAS Degree Program at North Georgia Technical College.

The scholarships are for students specializing in Industrial or Mechanical Engineering.

Students will be eligible to renew the $500 scholarship for a second term if they maintain a 2.5 or greater GPA.

 The deadline to apply for the scholarship is July 20.  Scholarship applications are available in the NGTC Foundation Office or online at www.northgatech.edu/foundation/scholarship-information.

 For additional information, contact cbrown@northgatech.edu or call 706-754-7714.

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