Core Tech Launches Community Partners Program
25 Years on Guam Constantly strive to give our clients the best quality service, improve the lives of our hard working employees, and make a difference in our community
Core Tech International celebrates 25 years on Guam with trash cleanup and launch of Community Partners Program
Tamuning, Guam - Core Tech International celebrates 25 years of building solid foundations on the island. The company and its employees chose to celebrate with a trash cleanup on Saturday, Oct. 30 and a special presentation and breakfast to launch the Core Tech Community Partners Program (CTCPP).
From humble beginnings as a family owned and operated general contractor back in 1999, Core Tech has expanded into a full service construction and engineering company and is now one of the largest employers and fastest growing companies on Guam.
Core Tech has a firm commitment to developing people and doing all it can, as a company and as employees, to give people a better life through employment, building affordable homes, corporate social responsibility and giving of resources, time and talent. The company and its employees are dedicated to the core values of integrity, hard work, self-discipline, compassion and commitment.
“Core Tech celebrates 25 years on Guam and we have only just begun. We constantly strive to give our clients the best quality service, improve the lives of our hard working employees, and make a difference in our community,” stated Chairman Ho Eun.
Core Tech is committed to supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters Guam, Habitat for Humanity, Island Girl Power, and Special Olympics. The Core Tech Community Partners Program intends to help local organizations and groups on Guam, raise money for their respective causes, while also encouraging and facilitating volunteerism and giving back to the community. Beginning Dec. 1 interested organizations can apply for a one-time financial grant of $1,000.00 in exchange for performing volunteer work with one of the Core Tech Community Partner organizations.
“This program promotes volunteerism by having groups in our community work directly with partner organizations that are helping our youth and island families through mentoring, academics, empowerment, education, and getting into their own home,” said Core Tech Foundation President He Eun.