Keihin Carolina Systems Technology LLC, a Tarboro company that manufactures engine control systems, has donated $10,000 to East Carolina University's College of Technology and Computer Science (TECS) to help promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics education (STEM) across eastern North Carolina.
In partnership with Edgecombe Community College and Edgecombe County Schools, these funds will be used to help promote interest in technology and engineering related fields of study. The partnership is designed to interest students in a path of study in science and technology programs of higher education at ECU.
Keihin, a manufacturer of engine control systems for Honda and Acura automobiles, personal watercraft and ATV's, has a long-standing relationship with TECS to help promote STEM education across all of eastern North Carolina.
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