San Diego, CA, January 21, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- In its ongoing commitment to support local community and education activities, Torrey Hills Technologies, LLC today announced that it will sponsor Torrey Hills School to launch Torrey Hills Science Alliance 2011, a program that is designed to help students develop a positive attitude towards science and better prepare students for success in 21st century.
Activities throughout the 2011 calendar year for the science alliance include Robotics Teams at Torrey Hills, Science Olympiad Teams, Science Field Day Teams, Invention Fair and Science Fair, Careers in Science, Alternate Energy -Green Technology, and STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) Education. Torrey Hills Technologies will sponsor all the activities by providing financial support, laptops, K’Nex construction sets and other necessary equipment, team uniforms, and prizes for Invention Fair and Science Fair. The company will also help find mentors, coaches, and field engineers to assist and work with students during the activities. For more information about Torrey Hills School and Torrey Hills Science Alliance, please visit http://www.dmusd.org/torrey.
“We are very proud to support Torrey Hills School as it endeavors to bring quality education to its students,” stated Ken Kuang, president of Torrey Hills Technologies, LLC. “Our mission is to not only help our customers and suppliers achieve higher profitability by providing innovative products and services, but also support the local communities we serve.”
Torrey Hills Technologies, LLC (http://www.torreyhillstech.com and http://www.beltfurnaces.com) is a leader in developing and delivering quality yet affordable equipment and supplies for multiple industries. Since its establishment, the company has expanded its business from microelectronics packaging components to large-scale furnace equipment for semiconductor packaging, circuit board assembly, advanced materials processing and solar cell (silicon, thin film, and 3rd generation dye sensitized solar cells) manufacturing. Headquartered in San Diego, Calif., the company now has customers located around the world in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.