MassBay gets $2M grant for new Framingham health sciences building | #education | #technology | #training


FRAMINGHAM — MassBay Community College’s new $58 million learning center that’s being built on Franklin Street has received a boost from the federal government.

A $2 million grant from the Economic Development Administration will go toward buying the latest equipment for the college’s new Simulation Center in its Health Sciences, Early Childhood and Human Services center that’s under construction at 490 Franklin St. The grant is a portion of Massachusetts’ allotment from the federal government’s American Rescue Plan, designed to support infrastructure and workforce development projects.

Earlier:MassBay breaks ground on new $54.5M health sciences building in Framingham

“We need the newest, the best, the most sophisticated technology for the students to train on and the EDA is giving us $2 million to make that happen,” said MassBay President David Podell. 

MassBay Community College offers more than 70 programs, both remote and in person, including for associate degrees in cybersecurity, automotive technology and early childhood education, and certificate programs in everything from web design to interior design. It also has pre-college programs for high school students to earn college credits.

MassBay’s main campus is in Wellesley Hills, with the Division of Health and Sciences located on Flagg Drive in Framingham. MassBay also has an automotive technology learning center on Eliot Street in Ashland. 



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