The private school plans to expand its drafting program to include custom cabinet making.
Griffith Lumber, a local company that uses Microvellum Toolbox, has donated woodshop machines and tools. The company plans to serve as an industrial partner to help familiarize students with the automated machinery they run for design and production with Microvellum.
David Goulart, technology education teacher at St. Mary’s, said, “We want to train our students in this curriculum so that they may gain employment with these companies and immediately become productive through partnerships and possible internships.”
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