Overview/Schools & Training Programs

  • Boston Public Schools - Madison Park Technical Vocational High School

    MPTVHS is the only pubic vocational high school in the city of Boston. Its mission is to provide a diverse population with the opportunity to acquire an integrated vocational and academic education. Individualized instruction, applied learning and work site experience prepare all students to succeed in technologically advanced careers and post-secondary education.

  • Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

    Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology (est. 1908) is one of New England's oldest colleges of engineering and industrial technologies, started with a bequest from Benjamin Franklin and a gift from Andrew Carnegie. BFIT’s goal is to create a career path by developing a learning environment, through industry partnerships, shared resources, and effective classroom and laboratory practices, which sets the standard for a job-oriented technical education, at both the associate and bachelor degree level. The College attracts a diverse student body, racially, ethnically and economically.

  • Youth Build Boston

    YouthBuild Boston (YBB) was founded in 1990 with the goal of providing underserved young people with the support and credentials needed to successfully enter the trades. While YBB promotes the core values of youth development and community service, it stands out as an innovative non-profit offering a hands-on approach to building trades training.