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VMTurbo Launches STEM Program to Promote the Advancement of Greater Boston Area High School Students

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VMTurbo, the only application performance control platform, today announced the launch of its new STEM Initiative Program, welcoming students from the Greater Boston Area to provide an interactive educational experience at a growing technology company.

"According to the National Math and Science Initiative, engineering is one of the highest earning career paths, but less than 20% of students choose to follow the STEM path," said Chris McMahon, Vice President, People and Culture, VMTurbo. "At VMTurbo, we understand what it takes to be successful in a competitive, technology-driven world, and want to give these students an inside look as well as guidance on doing so for their own futures."

Tenth grade students from Shawsheen Valley Vocational Technical High School will receive a tour of VMTurbo's office space at 500 Boylston Street and attend interactive educational sessions led by VMTurbo executives, including sales, technical and marketing leadership. Students will have the opportunity to shadow VMTurbo employees for a hands-on look at their day-to-day work. The day will close with an Executive Roundtable, featuring VMTurbo CEO Ben Nye, CFO Mo Garad, CMO Geeta Sachdev and CRO Eric Fischer.

VMTurbo will be hosting Boston-area students each quarter as part of continuing the STEM Initiative Program. For more information or to get involved, email

Published Friday, April 15, 2016 10:33 AM by David Marshall
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