FRAMINGHAM – Massachusetts Lt. Governor Karyn Polito kicked off the Commonwealth’s 10-stop road show on economic development and workforce hiring at Keefe Technical High School in Framingham earlier today, April 25.
The goal of the 10 road shows is to highlight technical high schools, and to help connect employers to new and existing State workforce development programs and funding.
Keefe Technical Superintendent Jonathan Evans welcomed Lt. Governor Polito, Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development, Mike Kennealy, and Framingham City Council Vice Chair Janet Leombruno to the regional technical high school Monday afternoon.
The school has more than 850 students in grades 9-12 from Ashland, Holliston, Hopkinton, Framingham, and Natick.
The 50-year-old high school is at capacity is no longer accepting students from outside those 5 communities, said Evans. The School has grown by more than 200 students in the last decade, he added.
Among the speakers were a sophomore, junior, and senior from Keefe Technical High School located at 750 Winter Street in Framingham.
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