Resource Details

Economic Development, Education & Schools, Workforce

Fabrication Laboratories (Fab Labs) Grant Program

Through the Fabrication Laboratories (Fab Labs) Program, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is helping to equip public schools across the state to prepare students for the manufacturing jobs of the future. Collaboration is also a key feature of these labs, with schools throughout the country and around the world communicating to share ideas. WEDC will provide grants of up to $25,000 to eligible Wisconsin public school districts, or up to $50,000 to consortiums of two or more public school districts, for the creation and/or expansion of fabrication laboratories within the school district(s). The funds may be used to purchase equipment used for instructional and educational purposes by elementary, middle, junior or high school students.

Eligibility

Wisconsin public school districts may apply for a grant. Either a CESA, or a lead public school district, may apply on behalf of a consortium of two or more public school districts. All applicants must match 50% of the grant amount provided by WEDC

Top Benefits

  • Support the growth of a talent pipeline in the state of Wisconsin
  • Expected to assist 20 public school districts or consortiums

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