Kulik applauds $1 million investment in Rosedale Technical College

Funding will assist in the construction of 10 new classrooms

CORAOPOLIS, Nov. 21 – Rosedale Technical College in Kennedy Township was selected for a $1 million state grant, state Rep. Anita Kulik, D-Allegheny, announced today.

Kulik said the funding will be used to build out a second-level space that will require architectural and construction designs for the addition of approximately 10 classrooms.

“Rosedale Technical College has been committed to providing students with quality education and hands-on training in the trades, as well as offering support for mentoring and job placement programs,” Kulik said. “The addition of more classrooms will provide more space for students to hone the necessary skills for their respective fields. I’m proud to have helped to secure funding that invests in preparing students for future employment, which will help to strengthen our workforce.”

The funds were awarded through the state’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program, a grant program overseen by the Office of the Budget to assist with regional cultural, economic, civic and historical projects that improve a community’s economic growth by creating jobs and opportunities.