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College of Eastern Idaho a must to address labor shortage

By Doug Sayer
May 14, 2017 

 

Premier Technology Awards Scholarships to Four Local Graduating Seniors; Children of its Employees

Blackfoot Idaho, May 2017 – Premier Technology, Inc. announces the 2017 recipients of its Employee Dependent Scholarship, sponsored by the company. Premier awarded four scholarships to children of its employees who are graduating from high school this year and plan to begin their college careers this fall. Premier is proud to support the educational and future career goals of our next generation.

Kayli Dunahoo will graduate from Highland High School on May 26, 2017. She plans to begin studying Elementary Education at Brigham Young University–Idaho in Rexburg this fall.

Stephanie Henry will graduate from Rigby High School on May 24, 2017. She plans to begin studying Elementary Education at Idaho State University in Pocatello this fall.

Colter Simpson will graduate from Century High School on May 26, 2017. He plans to begin studying Biology, with an emphasis in Ecology and Conservation at Idaho State University in Pocatello this fall.

Kaden Hagler will graduate from Pocatello High School on May 26, 2017. He plans to begin studying Energy Systems Instrumentation Engineering Technology at Idaho State University’s College of Technology in Pocatello this fall.

 

Premier is in the news stressing the vital importance to the Nuclear Industry of having support form the Ex-Im Bank

Nuclear Energy Institute

April 6, 2017—Douglas Sayer, like many small business leaders, can get a bit frustrated from time to time.

Sayer is chief business officer of Premier Technology Inc., a small company based in Idaho, half of whose 350 employees work to provide nuclear power plants with large components, including dry storage canisters for used nuclear fuel.

“Small businesses—we’re out there every day. We want to create jobs, we want to grow and help support the economy. We need all the tools to be able to do that,” Sayer says.  read more

 

  

Press Releases

Premier Technology Announces New Commercial Nuclear Business Unit Manager

Premier Technology Announces Retirement of Senior Account Manager

Premier Technology Announces Retirement of COO and Names Successor

Premier Technology Donates to Patriot Field

Premier Technology Adds Nuclear Leader to Ranks

 

 

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