State Investment Boosts Career and Technical Education in Franklin County


HARRISBURG- The Franklin County Career and Technology Center in Chambersburg, has been awarded an $85,000 grant by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

This grant is part of a larger initiative to support career and technical education programs across the state.

The center, which provides education for both high school students and adults, is among the 55 recipients of these competitive grants, aimed at enhancing the training of students in high-demand occupations.

The grant will be used to purchase new equipment, enabling the center to offer first-class training experiences for its students. This investment reflects the state’s commitment to providing students with the skills and hands-on experience needed to pursue successful careers in various fields.

The full list of grant recipients can be found on the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s Competitive Equipment Grants page. The grant is a testament to the center’s dedication to offering quality education and training opportunities for its students, furthering their prospects in the job market.

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