N.K. Chamber gets $375K for new high school offshore wind certification program

Updated 11:08 a.m. Tuesday

RHODE ISLAND is starting a Career and Technical Education certification in offshore wind for high school students thanks to $375,000 in federal funding. Pictured is the Block Island Wind Farm. / COURTESY ORSTED US OFFSHORE WIND
NORTH KINGSTOWN – Rhode Island high school students will soon be able to earn a certificate proving their ability to work in the offshore wind industry thanks to new federal funding. The $375,000 in direct congressional spending for the North Kingstown Chamber of Commerce announced by U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., on Monday will pave the way…

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