TORONTO, Ont. -- The OTA Education Foundation has launched a new Web site to promote the organization’s scholarship opportunities for post-secondary students with links to the trucking industry. “We are really excited about the...
TORONTO, Ont. — The OTA Education Foundation has launched a new Web site to promote the organization’s scholarship opportunities for post-secondary students with links to the trucking industry.
“We are really excited about the launch of our new Web site,” says Scott Smith, president of J.D. Smith and Sons and chairman of the Foundation. “This is something that our board thought would elevate the Foundation to the next level.”
In addition to hosting scholarship application forms, the Web site also offers a secure method to donate to the Foundation electronically. “Donations are essential to the success of the Foundation, and ultimately our ability to award scholarships every year,” Smith said.
The new Web site was designed and created by Rebecka Torn of Beyond Words Communications and Dave King of Digital Outhouse. Torn spent more than 20 years providing communications expertise to the trucking industry in her roles with the Ontario Trucking Association and the Canadian Trucking Alliance. King is a digital artist and programmer with 15 years of industry experience who has created digital content for television, film, video games and the Web.
To view the new Web site or learn more about OTA Education Foundation scholarships, visitwww.otaef.com.
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