Calling Vocational Technical Programs Looking for Financial Support
The Mold Technologies Division of the Society of Plastics Engineers is looking for qualified vocational technical programs within high school or college settings that are interested in applying for annual grants to support an advanced manufacturing program with a focus on plastics.
vo-tech grant money available!
For the 2019-2020 academic year The Mold Technologies Division of the Society of Plastics Engineers is awarding grants of up to $2,500 to support vocational technical programs within high school or college settings focused on advanced manufacturing and plastics.
Eligible programs will have curriculums that benefit and produce skilled employee candidates for careers in the plastics industry – particularly in mold manufacturing and related areas.
Would you like the SPE to help you make a difference at your school? We invite you to complete and submit this grant request form and, if accepted, your program will benefit from extra funds to benefit your students’ learning experience.
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