Trade skills such as residential and commercial appliance repair have never been in higher demand. But in order to prepare students to enter the service industry, trade schools need adequate training materials to educate their students.

Mark Anderson, a regional service manager from Sub-Zero Group, represents the company in his long-time involvement with the National SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference. This year, under his guidance, Sub-Zero Group donated to schools across the nation by providing the highest quality appliances to their training programs.

Sub-Zero Supports Technical Colleges Around the US

When Sub-Zero Group donates to schools, it provides more than just financial support. In the past, through Mr. Anderson’s relationship with SkillsUSA, the Group has provided laptops for trade school students.

This year, Mr. Anderson and Sub-Zero increased their support through appliance manufacturer donations to community colleges, technical colleges, and trade schools. By donating a range of high-end appliances to technical training programs throughout the nation, Sub-Zero helps students practice their craft and gain hands-on knowledge.

Trade School Donations in 2020

When Sub-Zero Group donates to schools it invests in the trade industry and the students who will learn to provide these vital services. This year’s appliance donations included their Classic and Professional Refrigerator Series. The company also provided its elite undercounter wine coolers and ice makers.

Sub-Zero’s Wolf line of ranges and ovens were also donated. The M Series Professional Oven donations included dual, single, convection, and microwave ovens. World-renowned Wolf gas ranges were also provided. These donations were given to schools providing specific technical instruction in appliance repair, enabling students to practice their skills and gain practical expertise.

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The following schools benefited from Sub-Zero’s nation-wide donation to their technical education programs:

  • Fort Myers Technical College, Fort Myers, FL
  • Hacienda La Puente Unified School District, La Puente, CA
  • Kansas City, Kansas Community College Technical Education Center, Kansas City, KS
  • Lawson State Community College, Bessemer, AL
  • Lorain County Joint Vocational School, Oberlin, OH
  • Manatee Technical College, Bradenton, FL
  • Miami Lakes Educational Center and Technical College, Miami Lakes, FL
  • Robert Morgan Educational Center, Miami, FL
  • Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, Concord, NC
  • Somerset County Technical High School, Westover, MD

About Sub-Zero Group

Sub-Zero Group started as an example of American ingenuity in 1943 when Westye Bakke crafted a homemade refrigerator from scrap metal in his basement. In 1945, he launched the Sub-Zero Freezer Company, perfecting the freezing of food at sub-zero temperatures. Despite competition from numerous refrigeration brands, the company built a reputation based on the highest quality materials and innovative function.

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Family-owned to this day, Sub-Zero acquired the exclusive Wolf brand of cooking appliances in 2000. This effectively brought professional-level cooking to home cooks with the utmost in technology and design. In 2018, they debuted their Cove line of dishwashers providing the same level of high-level function and style.

An emphasis on innovative technology, modern design, and usability continue to drive the company to maintain the highest quality production. Consequently, when Sub-Zero Group donates to schools they help educate the highest-quality technicians in the industry.

Learn more about Sub-Zero Group.