LITTLETON — After being awarded federal grant, White Mountain Science Inc. will spend 2024 broadening the segment of local residents its serves through a workforce development initiative in collaboration with local employers. WMSI, which recently celebrated its 10th anniversary as a local nonprofit, was awarded a $216,048 grant from the Northern Border Regional Commission. The money will be put toward the creation of a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) skill and workforce development program, which will involve various workshops to increase workforce development and community engagement in Grafton and Coos counties. Workshops will run the gamut and include engineering, design, technology, artistry, computer science, data science, problem-solving, and more.
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