KTM Intern/Apprentice receives CDCA Recognition

Greenville, SC –James (TJ) Theodore (a Clemson University student and KTM Solutions Apprentice) was awarded an internship scholarship from the Charleston Defense Contractors Association (CDCA). Theodore, a four year intern with KTM Solutions and a participant in KTM’s Mechanical Design Apprenticeship program, was one of eight students to receive this recognition. All recipients were presented certificates and medallions at the quarterly CDCA meeting on July 21.

“I was pleased to see that TJ was selected for this honor. We are very proud of him.” said Paul Kumler, President KTM Solutions, Inc. TJ began working with KTM Solutions when he was a student at the Golden Strip Career Center in Mauldin. “He [TJ] is developing into a strong mechanical designer and has learned so much since he began working with us.” said Dev Belflower, Airframe and Automotive program Chief Engineer.

KTM Solutions performs on demand mechanical engineering services for the aerospace, automotive, and machine development industries. KTM Solutions Mechanical Design Apprenticeship Program is federally recognized and registered with the United States Department of Labor and Apprenticeship Carolina.

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