FSU Awarded With Grant

Agency - Massachusetts Clean Energy Center

Framingham State University (FSU) received $99,987 from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center's Workforce Capacity Building and Youth Pathways Initiative.


The grant will be used to design a teacher training course centered on clean energy. It is intended to support educator training with the goal of exposing students to clean energy ideas.


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