February 15, 2016
The 17-time World Champion Boston Celtics and Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) today renewed their partnership. As the Official Education Provider of the Boston Celtics, SNHU will continue to collaborate with the Celtics on select events and charitable endeavors throughout New England in an effort to increase access to high quality, affordable education.
SNHU and the Celtics will activate the following programs over the next year:
"We are thrilled to announce an extension of our partnership with SNHU. Together we are creating and providing educational opportunities for the military, Boys & Girls Clubs and also middle school students throughout Massachusetts and NH," said Ted Dalton, Boston Celtics Senior Vice President of Corporate Partnerships & Business Development. "With the support of SNHU, we are able to provide these incredible educational initiatives and make a significant impact. We want to thank SNHU for their support of the Boston Celtics and our shared community endeavors.”
“Through our partnership with the Celtics organization we have been able connect with our local community, increase access to higher education, and provide excellent opportunities for our current students,” said Scott Durand, Vice President of Marketing and Student Recruitment at Southern New Hampshire University. “We are excited to announce this continued partnership and look forward to serving more students in the New England region.”
For more information on Celtics team partners, visit www.celtics.com/partners.
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