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Triton received the 2019 Best Practices Award from the Des Plaines Valley Region School/College Alliance for the submission entitled: “The Power to Move Students Forward: a High School/College Collaboration to Become a National Fluid Power Training Hub.”
Triton was designated as a Fluid Power and Applied Mechatronics Training and Employment Network (FAMTEN) training hub by the National Fluid Power Association in 2019. As a FAMTEN training hub, Triton leverages its strong fluid power curriculum to create connections between local industry partners and schools, including Ridgewood High School. The partnership also fosters the creation of new curricula and provides training that meets the needs of local fluid power manufacturing employers, putting students a path to career success.More Triton Pride
Triton College men's soccer player Christopher Modzejewski was one of the top scorers all season among NJCAA Division III programs and was named named NJCAA Division III First Team All-American.
Triton College coaches value community involvement not only during the holiday season but all-year long. A group of coaches enlisted Trojan athletes to become involved in their volunteerism efforts.
Triton College music professor, Dr. Peter Jermihov, has earned a 2020 GRAMMY Award nomination as the conductor for Best Choral Performance. The 62nd GRAMMY Awards will air on January 26, 2020.