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State, GE invest $4.5 million in Lynn Tech

Gov. Baker and GE Foundation visit LVTI

LVTI sophomore Diego Iraheta shows Gov. Charlie Baker the calculations he's using as he makes a hammer handle in the machine shop at the school.

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Gov. Baker and GE Foundation visit LVTI

Gov. Charlie Baker announces a $4.5 million investment from the state and the GE Foundation in LVTI to accelerate machinist training. The money will build a workforce bridge between LVTI and the GE River Works that students trained as machinists can cross into jobs at Lynn’s biggest employer and into other advanced technology jobs.

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Gov. Baker and GE Foundation visit LVTI

Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito speaks with LVTI senior and Skills USA member Luis Pineiro as they take a tour to the machine shop in the school.

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LYNN — Gov. Charlie Baker and other state officials and General Electric representatives converged on Lynn Vocational Technical Institute (LVTI) Thursday morning to celebrate a $4.5 million investment in the school to accelerate machinist training. The money will build a workforce bridge between LVTI and the GE River Works that students trained as machinists can…

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