Committed to Building a Strong, Skilled and Sustainable Workforce in Martin County
“This scholarship fund can be a game changer for both Martin County students who aspire to pursue vocational education and regional businesses looking for highly trained, job-ready applicants.”
John Doody – Board Vice-Chair, The Community Foundation Martin – St. Lucie
“Joe Catrambone has been a true Pioneer in his support of education in Martin County and on the Treasure Coast. Joe has been an incredible supporter of Indian River State College over the years, promoting IRSC’s educational opportunities in the Martin County community and serving as an advocate to the state legislature for IRSC. Most recently Joe supported the Treasure Coast Advanced Manufacturing Center, which will provide education in vocational and trades programs to residents of the Treasure Coast. A founding member of the Clark Advanced Learning Center Management Board, Joe worked with IRSC and the Martin County School Board to create a high school focused on preparing students for careers by establishing a career pathway early and providing real-world experience in the job market. IRSC and Martin County have been very fortunate to have Joe Catrambone’s support, assistance, and advocacy to provide the community with educational programs to support industry needs.
Elizabeth Gaskin – Provost, Indian River State College
“The Catrambone Scholarships for vocational training will give Martin County businesses access to highly skilled, work-ready graduates who will be prepared to apply their talents right here at home.”
Elizabeth Barbella – President & CEO, The Community Foundation Martin – St. Lucie