IPC Announces Electronics Assembly Scholarship Fund

March 2003
Circuits Assembly;Mar2003, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on an announcement made by the IPC-Association Connecting Electronics Industries in Northbrook, Illinois regarding introduction of an IPC Electronics Assembly Scholarship Fund to support the electronics program of Curie Metropolitan High School in Chicago, Illinois. Reasons for choosing Curie Metropolitan to be the sole beneficiary; Details about allocation of funds to the school for the program.


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