Bangor-area vocational school partners with Maine Savings to upgrade classroom computers

Supporting the mission of one of Maine’s largest vocational schools, one classroom at a time

BANGOR, ME (November 12, 2015) — Maine Savings, a proud supporter of United Technologies Center (UTC) in Bangor, recently donated a number of computers to UTC’s Computer Repair/Electronics and Robotics classrooms, in support of the school’s mission to provide students with a premier vocational skills-focused education.

Founded by 31 local communities committed to investing in the education of future generations, UTC is a nationally-accredited technical vocational school serving area high schools in Maine Vocational Region #4, the largest Career and Technical region in the state. With nineteen program offerings from across a range of technical areas, including automotive education, computer technology, culinary arts/hospitality, welding, plumbing/heating, public safety, and more, students can learn critical vocational skills while preparing for college and potentially earning college credit.

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About Maine Savings

Maine Savings is a modern financial institution with state-of-the-art technology offering members a full range of financial services, including RedWallet Checking. With more than 28,000 members, 10 branches and nearly 100 employees, Maine Savings is among Maine’s largest credit unions. Maine Savings is committed to providing in-person services paired with modern conveniences. Branches are located in Bangor, Bar Harbor (Jackson Laboratory), Brewer, Corinth, Ellsworth, Hampden, Milo, North Vassalboro and Old Town. Founded in 1961 by employees of the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad Company, Maine Savings continues to serve its membership as a federally insured not-for-profit credit union.


Linda Varrell
Broadreach Public Relations
(207) 619-7350

Kirk Duke
Maine Savings Federal Credit Union

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