Rep. Hogan visited with students in the Pathways to Engineering program at Hudson High School, where students presented and shared their projects and experiences in the program and a $2500 STEM Talent Pipeline grant from The PhRMA Foundation that will enhance the Pathway programs was announced.
Separately, Gov. Baker announced over $50M in Skills Capital Grants awarded to schools across the Commonwealth, including two schools that serve students in the Third Middlesex District. Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical School was awarded $500,000 for its animal science/veterinary science program and Assabet Valley Technical High School was awarded $250,000 for its cosmetology program; Skills Capital Grants are competitive grants awarded to educational institutions across the Commonwealth to update equipment and expand student enrollment in programs that provide career education.
Congratulations to all of these schools, their programs, and the students who gain important skills and training to help them navigate the complex and ever-changing world of work.