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Career Center to use $550K grant for equipment, internships

PATRICIA HANNAFORD CAREER Center Assistant Director Jay Stetzel and Dave Roberts, the school’s Adult Technical Ed coordinator, stand in front of an antiquated Enshu milling center at the PHCC’s tech/manufacturing lab. A new federal grant will allow the PHCC to acquire more sophisticated equipment and better training for students to fill local job vacancies. Independent photo/John Flowers

The PHCC grant will be spent over three years, but its impact is expected to last a lot longer, according to career center officials. That’s because the money will lay a solid foundation of equipment and teaching techniques that will serve students well into the future.

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