Joseph Federico leads NJMET's, (Clifton NJ) charitable giving efforts. The following links show some of the recent activities Joseph Federico and NJMET have been involved in.
Joseph Federico, NJ MET VP and Director of Operations, awarded its annual scholarship for engineering, science and technology to Eddie Filipovic, a senior at Passaic County Technical Institute in Wayne, NJ. The annual scholarship’s goal is to recognize students who excel in the studies of science and technology.
“It was an honor for us to present the scholarship to Mr. Filipovic at his commencement ceremony in front of his faculty, colleagues and family members,” said Director Joseph Federico from their Clifton, NJ laboratory headquarters. Mr. Filipovic was presented with a saving bond and a plaque by NJ MET representative Michael Giannini. (read more)
Joseph Federico, Director of NJ MET, Inc. has officially registered
NJ MET as a corporate sponsor to aid the American Red Cross for
fiscal year 2015. The goal of the drive is to help military members
and their families.
Joseph Federico announces that he will lead Team NJ MET in the March of Dimes’ New York Chapter Walkathon in Manhattan on Sunday April 27, 2014. This is the 11th year that NJ MET is sponsoring a team in the walkathon. March of Dimes
Over the past six years Joseph has been very involved in assisting with relief efforts in Sri Lanka. In a recent interview Joe explained a deep desire to help out orphanages as well as needy families. You can read Joe’s interview at Sri Lanka.
NJ MET's annual scholarship was awarded to Kevin Malhorta, of Wayne Hills High School, Wayne NJ. The scholarship recognizes excellence in the studies of science and technology. 2013 Scholarship
Joseph Federico, NJ MET VP announced the awarding of the NJ MET 2012 scholarship to Joseph Lubertazzi, a senior at Wayne Valley High School. The annual scholarship’s goal is to promote the study of engineering, science and technology. 2012 Scholarship
NJMET will sponsor its seventh Bus Trip to Atlantic City on Saturday, March 24, 2012. Money raised from this trip will be contributed to breast cancer research through the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer.
The American Red Cross Presented NJMET Labs of NJ with a Certificate of Appreciation, According to Joseph Federico, NJMET Vice President. .
NJMET Vice President Joseph Federico announced Anthony Rodriguez, a senior, at Passaic County Vocational Technical High School in Wayne, NJ was presented with the annual NJMET INC. Scholarship.
Vice President Joseph Federico has Announced NJMET's Sponsorship of the Jimmy Fund Walk 2011. This is the 11th Year that NJMET has Sponsored This Event to Benefit the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
Additionally, Joseph Federico has revamped Federico Productions Video Company to work with local and national charity organizations. Read More Here.