A $100,000 donation will help Treasure Valley Community College buy equipment for a new Career and Technical Education Center. (Photo courtesy of the TVCC Foundation)
Ontario – A Boise family understands how learning and training environments shape the student experience.
Henry Bettis and his wife, Laura, who oversee the Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation, are betting on the future of technical students at Treasure Valley Community College with a $100,000 gift for the college’s new Career and Technical Education Center.
“While the building is critical, we knew we would also need new equipment to fulfill our goal of advancing opportunities for students in CTE,” President Dana Young said in a press release. She added that the support will not only pay for equipment but help the college support industry through the new training center. The college earlier was . . .