1st Source donates $10,000 to Starke County Initiative for Lifelong Learning

1st Source has donated $10,000 to the Starke County Initiative for Lifelong Learning (SCILL) for its Automation, Robotics and Equipment Maintenance Program. The funds will be used for a two-year program for junior and senior students in the North Central Area Vocational Cooperative beginning in the 2015-16 school year.
 
Connie Lemler, 1st Source Regional President, presented the donation to Jerry Gurrado, SCILL Coordinator of Student Services and Programs and A.J. Gappa, Superintendent of the Knox Community School Corporation and Chairperson of the SCILL Board. They were joined by SCILL students and Judy Caudill, 1st Source Banking Center Manager in Knox.
 
“1st Source is a strong supporter of SCILL’s efforts to recruit, educate and connect students and adults with employers who need a well-trained workforce,” said Lemler. “This initiative is important for our community and we are pleased to partner to make it happen.”