Hypertherm, a New Hampshire-based company that makes metal-cutting equipment and has been instrumental in providing needed job training, is now working to bring science, technology, engineering and math resources to local school districts. "As a company with a long history of innovation and technology, we have strong convictions about the importance of STEM programs to our future," said Barbara Couch, Hypertherm's vice president of Corporate Social Responsibility. "Our goal is to expose and engage students in grades K-12 to STEM disciplines while also raising the level of awareness regarding rewarding careers in the advanced manufacturing field," she said.

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