“very real world experience” to students, who average
32 years old and include both young people starting
out and older career changers. The private school’s
program even includes building and installing
kitchen cabinet projects for the local community in
Chris Hofmann of Colonial Saw, who nominated
Larson, read testimonials from students of the school
who had gone on to successful careers. Larson said
he has received positive responses from industry
demanding quality employees and is able to “place
nearly everybody” who successfully completes the
program at NESAW.
The Wooden Globe Awards are an annual initiative by the Woodworking Machinery Industry Association. WMIA members nominate their customers, and
awards are presented in three categories: Innovator,
Educator, and Commitment to Excellence Through
Technology. For more information about WMIA, visit
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Greg Larson of the New England School of Architectural
Woodworking accepts the WMIA Wooden Globe Award
for Educator of the Year from Chris Hofmann of Colonial
Saw, who nominated him.