KTECH, a workforce training initiative of Kids to Love, is celebrating its newest graduating class.
Four students earned their KTECH certificates over a 16-week course, bringing the total number of graduates from KTECH's Mechatronics program to 44.
Two students from Class 10 have secured paid internships. They will be working with Polaris.
All four students passed the Siemens exam, earning an internationally recognized credential.
Class 10 was honored last week during a celebration dinner at The Atrium at Redstone Federal Credit Union.
Since 2016, more than 60 students have graduated from the three courses KTECH offers: Mechatronics, Robotics, and Soldering.
KTECH courses may be taken individually or comprehensively. To fill out an application, or for more information, visit goktech.org