Southwest Tech Foundation
A Call To Action
- State of the art furniture, fixtures, and equipment require additonal funding.
- The monies required to upgrade to the latest technology means the Foundation will need to raise over $2,000,000.
- This will fund a state-of-the-art training facility as the marketplace evolves and changes.
- Southwest Tech is the perfect educational model to respond to this future marketplace.
Reasons to support the Mission & Vision of Southwest Tech
- 87% Job placement – Southwest Tech students can find work
- Affordable tuition
- Flexible scheduling – Day, evening, online, summer classes
- Hands-on training with state-of-the-art equipment
- Graduate in 3-24 months
- Custom Fit trains employers and reduces costs
Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation
“The Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation is pleased to support Southwest Tech to make a long lasting impact that will serve the students in Southern Utah,” said Jay K. Francis, executive vice president of corporate affairs and Miller family philanthropy for the Larry H. Miller Management Corporation. “The Miller Family recognizes that education is the key to growth and success of our next generations and they are pleased with the new options and opportunities this will provide.”
State Bank of Southern Utah
“John Westwood has been working on this project for years,” shared President/CEO of SBSU Eric Schmutz, “We were always going to support the mission of Southwest ATC.” Representative John R. Westwood, Utah House District 72, and recently retired SBSU CFO has long been a strong advocate and friend of the college.
George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation
“Our Foundation is pleased to be able to join with other in support of Southwest Tech’s new Allied Health and Technology Building,” said Lisa Eccles, President & COO of the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation. “We share the college’s enthusiasm for the project, knowing what a tremendous difference it will make not only for students pursuing careers in a variety of fields, but also for the economic vitality of the Cedar City area.”