HOULTON — On Thursday, Senate President Troy Jackson, D-Allagash, toured the Region Two School of Applied Technology in Houlton. President Jackson was invited to learn more about the southern Aroostook career and technical education program by Region Two Director Ammie London.
“CTE schools like Region Two provide Maine students with foundations for solid career pathways right here in the state, helping grow our workforce and sustain our economy. At Region Two School of Applied Technology, Director Ammie London graciously showed me around the classrooms that support an impressive range of programs from auto collision and repair to phlebotomy to welding,” said President Jackson. “I’m proud to do what I can in the Legislature to ensure CTE programs have the tools they need to grow and succeed.”
Region Two School of Applied Technology is a member of Maine’s network of career and technical education (CTE) schools and serves high school students from East Grand, Hodgdon, Houlton, Katahdin and Southern Aroostook.