Worcester Technical High School was awarded a multi-year Skills Capital Grant of $750,000 by the Baker-Polito administration to support the school’s Advanced Manufacturing and Metal Fabrication & Joining Technologies programs. The school will develop a Fabrication Center that will allow students to work on ideas from concept to end product.
Worcester Technical High School appreciates the continued support of the Executive Office. Dr. Patricia Suomala, Director of Career and Technical Education at Worcester Technical High School is thrilled for the students and the programs supported by these highly competitive funds. Dr. Suomala notes that more than 3 million dollars in Skills Capital Grants have been awarded to Worcester Technical High School in support of capital equipment for programs including, Health Sciences, Graphic Design, Robotics, Welding and Advanced Manufacturing.