On June 16, 2007 Pioneer
Science Academy of Clifton graduate Alyssa Longo was presented
with the annual NJMET INC. Scholarship, which recognizes local
students throughout the metropolitan area who excel in the
fields of Science and Technology.
New Jersey Micro Electronic Testing located at 1240 Main Avenue
in Clifton, and their divisions CMET (Los Angeles, CA), AMET
(Shenzhen China) and EMET (London, UK) is a worldwide recognized
electronic test laboratory accommodating the commercial,
industrial, military and aerospace fields in state of the art
electronic component testing.
NJMET Inc, representative Nicole Federico awarded Alyssa with a
commemorative citation in conjunction with a United States
saving bond in
commendation of her outstanding performance and positive
leadership. In addition,
NJMET VP and Director of Operations Joseph
G. Federico recently
presented a motivational lecture to the students of
the Pioneer Science
Academy on the future of Research Science and development. Mr.
Federico and Pioneer Academy principle Tolga
Hayali announced their
first job workshop in where the students will work as
apprentices at NJMET part time to gain field experience in
electronic component research and test.