News> EGGER honors Dr. Mary Rittling for support of Apprentice Training Program

EGGER honors Dr. Mary Rittling for support of Apprentice Training Program

Apprentices from EGGER recognized Davidson County Community College (DCCC) President Dr. Mary Rittling with a self-crafted award for her support in establishing EGGER’s Apprenticeship Training Program.
Rittling will retire at the end of the 2018 after a 15-year tenure with DCCC. Since the apprenticeship program’s inception in December 2017, Dr. Rittling has played an integral role in backing the development of a highly skilled workforce for EGGER’s new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, which recently broke ground in Lexington. Dr. Rittling has also been a key advocate for EGGER’s overall development in Davidson County.

“The apprenticeship program has been a life changing opportunity,” said Lance Hunter, a current apprenticeship at EGGER. “I’m thankful to EGGER for the hands-on job training and education, and for people like Dr. Rittling for supporting the program.”
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