Bradford White, along with JVH Engineering, awarded Grand Rapids Community College a grant that features a 25-seat classroom lab of Autodesk Inventor 2008.

The Invest in Education program is an Autodesk grant program that aims to connect commercial customers with educational institutions. The program gives commercial companies that purchase new individual-user licenses of the most current version of qualifying Autodesk software the right to donate a classroom lab of Autodesk software to the educational institution of their choice. These grants can be worth up to $25,000.

The Invest in Education Program is part of Autodesk’s program for its educational and commercial customers.

Bradford White and JVH Engineering selected Grand Rapids Community College in Grand Rapids, Mich., as the recipient of the classroom lab.

Bradford White said the donation was part of the company’s ongoing efforts to help local educational institutions and helping them support the next generation of engineers and designers.