Taking a leadership role in the future of the electronic systems industry, Audio-Technica recently contributed $25,000 to the NSCA Education Foundation. The contribution will be used to support the educational initiatives spearheaded by the NSCA Education Foundation for both professionals entering the electronic systems industry and those seeking continuing education and career advancement within the industry. Programs include Project EST, an NSCA-led training and certification program for ...
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