EDISON — Four students recently graduated from the Practical Electronics Technician course, run by the Institute for Management and Technical Development at Middlesex County College. The class trained them to build, repair and troubleshoot electronic boards that exist in a wide assortment of machinery. Several employers attended the graduation program to speak to the students and recruit them for their companies. First row, from left: graduates Michael Henry (Somerville), Peter Sillari (Edison), Jeff Nothstein (Monroe), Michael Dominguez (Piscataway), and the instructor, Mario Santos. Back row: Jim Samuelson, URS Corp.; Mark Mattis, NJ Transit; Alan Haveson, Lee Linear; Elliot Fishman, job developer for Middlesex County College; Hannah Feldmeyer, Lorelei Staffing; Joe Thorson, alumni of Practical Electronics; and Patricia Moran, Director of the Institute. (Photo courtesy of Middlesex County College)
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