Minnesota State College receive grants to empower students learning science
The grant will help MSC southeast expand the pipeline of skilled technicians into electronics careers
WINONA, Minn (WKBT) – A local state college is getting a grant to help high school students in the area.
Minnesota State College Southeast announced this week they received a $516,513 grant from the National Science Foundation.
The grant will help MSC southeast expand the pipeline of skilled technicians into electronics careers.
High school students in the area will have more opportunities to earn certificates in electronics and CNC.
While these programs are directed towards high school students, it can also be utilized for entry-level training, under-skilled, or displaced workers in the region.
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