April 8, 2019

Marlborough companies get $292K in workforce training grants

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Among its many products, New England Optical has a fisheye lens with a 200-degree field of view.

Three Marlborough companies will train 153 workers and add 17 new jobs over the next three years thanks to nearly $300,000 in state grants.

The grants, from the state's Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, will go to Atlas Travel & Technology Group, New England Cryogenic Center and New England Optical Systems.

Travel agency Atlas Travel & Technology Group was awarded the largest grant, $174,016, to train 92 workers and add nine jobs.

Defense manufacturing subcontractor New England Optical Solutions will train 24 workers and add six new jobs with a $76,450 grant.

Cryogenics lab New England Cryogneics Center was awarded $42,160 for the training of 37 workers and the addition of two new jobs.

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