Boston Community College, Jobs and Recovery Programs May See $2.3M Boost After Push From Rep. Ayanna Pressley

A trio of community programs in Boston may see a boost of more than $2 million in the next fiscal year, Rep. Ayanna Pressley announced this week.

The proposed $2.3 million in federal funding for the city, if approved as part of the fiscal year 2022 federal budget, would expand Boston’s tuition-free community college program, bolster the Dimock Center’s substance use treatment and programming, and help the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology launch a green jobs Building Automation System associates degree program.

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