March 2, 2017

MLSC awards more than $2 million in capital grants for training facilities to schools & workforce development organizations in Greater Boston

Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash joined Education Secretary Jim Peyser, Massachusetts Life Sciences Center President and CEO Travis McCready, Boston Chief of Education Rahn Dorsey, local elected officials, and officials from Greater Boston educational institutions, to celebrate over $2 million in capital grant funding for regional workforce development and STEM education projects. The grants, from the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC), advance the Baker-Polito Administration’s commitment to build a highly trained workforce and seed job creation in regions across Massachusetts.

Read the press release here.


Representatives from Greater Boston area schools and communities celebrate more than $2 million in Massachusetts Life Sciences Center (MLSC) grants for life sciences training facilities at high schools, middle schools and workforce development organizations throughout the region.  In back from left to right are Secretary of Housing & Economic Development Jay Ash, State Representative Kevin Honan (D-Boston), MLSC President & CEO Travis McCready, Secretary of Education Jim Peyser, and Boston Chief of Education Rahn Dorsey.  Front left is Medford Mayor Stephanie M. Burke