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Pioneer Credit Recovery, whose parent company is Sallie Mae, is helping to fund a new course at Pioneer High School in New York for students who want to be emergency technicians.

According to a September 21, 2004, article in The Buffalo News, the $2,000 grant will be used to purchase medical equipment materials for the class, and qualifying juniors and seniors will be able to start taking the course this fall.

Pioneer Credit Recovery has locations in Arcade and Perry in Wyoming County but has plans to expand throughout Western New York. The Buffalo News article notes that the grant came from the Sallie Mae Fund, a charitable organization of Sallie Mae.
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