TE Connectivity is offering students who identify as Black or African-American a new scholarship and mentorship program.
The company, a global leader in connectivity and sensors, with a large presence in Middletown, has committed $3.5 million to the program.
Jeff Cronin, senior public relations specialist, said rising college sophomores are eligible to apply for the program. Chosen ...
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