Mission

The CTC Foundation was established by Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) in 1998. The goal of the Foundation, which is headquartered in Washington, D.C., is to improve the quality of life for the general public through unique economic development initiatives that involve the private and public sectors as well as nonprofit organizations. The Foundation seeks to mainstream niche technologies and has done so, for example, in the energy and environmental, information technology, education and workforce training, and manufacturing areas.

Besides being a recurring sponsor of the western Pennsylvania and the National Science Bowls of the U. S. Department of Energy, the Foundation has provided full scholarships to financially deserving Junior or Senior college students in the Engineering Department of West Virginia University, the CTC Foundation Scholarship.

Other educational activities include the broadcast of a public television program on health care and programming on energy-environmental topics. Also, the Foundation has funded a University of Pittsburgh Energy Speakers Series as well as sponsored and organized the Pennsylvania Energy Leadership Council Conference.

The Foundation applies scientific, technological, innovative, and humanistic principles to enhance economic progress and the quality of life. From an independent platform, the Foundation is dedicated to developing and driving quantum-leap solutions to meet new challenges by:

  • Transitioning Technologies
  • Advanced Information Technologies
  • Progressing an Understanding about Energy-Environmental Concerns
  • Providing Examples of Manufacturing Excellence
  • Providing Workforce Training and Education
  • Conferring Grants

CTC Board Member Appointed Chairman of the Alameda County (California) Veterans Affairs Commission.

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Secretary of the Interior is briefed by CTC Foundation Chairman.

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CTC Foundation Working to Deploy Absorptive Smart Sponge® in the Gulf Oil Spill

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Brackish Water from Marcellus Shale Drilling Can be Purified, Recycled and Reused (PR2), According to CTC Foundation Director.

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Press Release

CTC Foundation Sponsors Great Americans Day Essay Contest, Honors Local Students

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Johnstown Students Win Local Essay Contest Sponsored by CTC Foundation

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Our Mother of Sorrows Students Win Essay Contest Sponsored by CTC Foundation

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CTC Foundation Named as First Recipient of the Bottle Works Ethnic Arts Center's Artists' Hall of Fame Patron's Award

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CTC Foundation Sponsors Great Americans Day Essay Contest for Area Students.

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CTC Foundation Makes Donation to Flight 93 National Memorial

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Penn Cambria Students Win Great Americans Day Essay Contest Sponsored by CTC Foundation.

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CTC Foundation makes donation to Overhills Middle School.

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Pentagon Quilts

CTC and the CTC Foundation sponsored the Pentagon Quilts Reception at the Women in Military Service Memorial for America Memorial.

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Looking Ahead: Ballistic Gauntlet

Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) developed this modular, multi-threat, soft-and-hard-body armor system that protects the lower extremities of vehicle operators and occupants. The primary goal of the system is to offer 360-degree protection to vital organs of the lower waist and back, and protect the lower extremities.

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