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Providing the Tools to Your Future

Published July 13, 2022

Providing the Tools to Your Future

We work hard to support our local community by partnering with local schools to promote the future of the trades. We recently gifted Diman Regional Vocational High School tools of the trade, industry equipment, and a check valued at $9,000. Diman‘s students were incredibly thankful for our donation and sent us this note:

“The Diman Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) program would like to thank PSI (PSI) of Assonet for a generous donation of tools, supplies, gift cards, and a check to the program in April. The tool donations included a Ridgid ProPress tool and jaw set, Milwaukee 11-in-1 screwdrivers, Milwaukee Linesman Pliers, Milwaukee Utility Knives, Milwaukee Billet Torpedo Levels, Milwaukee Straight Jaw Pliers, Raptor tool kits, Raptor tool bags, Viega copper press elbows, and Viega MegaPress steel elbows.”

President Jason Taylor and PSI Director of Administration Sharron Furtado delivered these donations to the HVACR students and discussed career opportunities within the industry and at PSI.

These donations were made possible through strong industry partnerships from F.W. Webb Company, Independent Pipe and Supply Corporation, and Ferguson. In addition to industry support, PSI employees individually donated to the program and owner Pauline Lally matched the donation for a total amount of $800.

PSI has been a long-standing supporter of the HVACR program, and owner Pauline Lally has been an integral member of the program advisory board for years.  Jason Taylor, a former Diman graduate, is the HVACR program’s newest member with hopes of strengthening the relationship between PSI and Diman.”

PSI provides the tools young people need for a successful future in the trades. It is our hope that we’ll see many of these young faces again as they come to our office to begin their journeys. Check out our current openings if you’re ready to start!

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