Petaluma High Metal shop Wins $45,000 grant

One of six high schools chosen by manufacturing group; honor for teacher Sunia

By Gary Quackenbush, Special to the Business Journal

PETALUMA — The Society of Manufacturing Engineers Education Foundation has named Dan Sunia’s Petaluma High School manufacturing technology program as one of only 15 model workforce training programs in the nation to receive a $45,000 Partnership Response in Manufacturing Education (PRIME) grant over a three-year period.

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 Dan Sunia, manufacturing technology teacher at Petaluma High School, configures an automated CNC milling machine. He is also president and apprentice program coordinator for the California Tooling and Machining Apprenticeship Association.

Dan Sunia, manufacturing technology teacher at Petaluma High School, configures an automated CNC milling machine. He is also president and apprentice program coordinator for the California Tooling and Machining Apprenticeship Association.

 

 

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