LANSING, MI – LifeTech Academy announced today that it has formed a new strategic partnership with the United States Marine Corps 9th District, of which Lansing is a part of. As a partner, the U.S. Marines will function as one of the approved organizations for LifeTech Learners to choose from as part of their realworld, hands-on, project-based learning experience.
“We are excited to have the Marines join us as a strategic partner,” said Matthew D. Anderson, Partner with Engaged Education, which provides a variety of support services to LifeTech Academy. “Not only will our Learners benefit from the tremendous practical, real-world experience they’ll gain, our other partners also benefit from these experiences. Strategic partners of LifeTech, like the Marines, are helping to train our country’s future talent.”
LifeTech Learners will have the opportunity to fulfill their core physical education requirements through this partnership with the U.S. Marines.
“When Marines aren’t on duty, they like to spend some of their free time giving back to the community. Through our partnership with LifeTech Academy, Learners will participate in strength training, team building exercises and games all designed to boost their self-esteem and build leadership skills,” said SSGT Jason A. Snyder, recruiter, SNCOIC with the Marine Corps Recruiting Command.
LifeTech Academy believes in partnering with businesses and nonprofit organizations that want to be influential in the education of youth. For information on the options to become a strategic partner, contact Matthew D. Anderson at (517) 290-3274 or email@example.com.
9th Marine Corps District: The mission of the 9th Marine Corps District is to supervise and administer the enlisted and officer procurement programs of the Regular and Reserve establishment and to perform such other tasks as may be directed by the Commandant of the Marine Corps. The 9th District maintains eight recruiting stations, 96 recruiting substations, 139 permanent contact stations, 10 transient recruiting facilities, and 11 officer selection offices. The District spans 12 states across the nation’s upper Midwest.
For more information, visit the US Marines website.