ITT Technical Institute presented associate degrees to 48 students Saturday during graduation ceremonies. Twenty-two of the degrees were in computer-aided drafting technology and the remainder in electronics engineering technology.
Sterling R. Provost, assistant commissioner, State Board of Regents, was keynote speaker. He said, "Private schools, such as ITT, must do a better job than public schools, or they cannot stay in business.'More than 70 percent of the private school's graduates have already been employed. Last year, 93 percent of those requesting employment assistance found jobs in the field of their training.
The Salt Lake institute is one of 38 operated by ITT Educational Services Inc., of Indianapolis.