'A really great opportunity' — Machining students earn a paycheck while getting free college
By Bob Audette Brattleboro Reformer

BRATTLEBORO — At the GSP School of Manufacturing Technology, students not only learn how to operate precision machining tools, they also earn a paycheck, working eight-week rotations in different departments in Brattleboro.

"This is a really great opportunity," said Jamie Young, 25, who's been working in the G.S. Precision's Keene, N.H., facility since November. "I've never heard of anybody paying me to come and gain knowledge."

"It's completely free to the student," said Jose Diego Silva, lean and continuous improvement coordinator. "Textbooks, class time, machine time, materials, tools ... everything is completely paid for by GSP."

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