Milton Native Graduates from Locksmithing Program
Jesse Lane, a Milton native and Milton Academy graduate, recently completed a one-year training program at the North Bennet Street School in Boston.
Milton native Jesse Lane has completed a one-year training program in locksmithing at the North Bennet Street School in Boston.
One of the country’s oldest schools for craftsmanship training, the North Bennet Street School, www.nbss.org, is known internationally for its rigorous teaching methods, and for its role in promoting the preservation of traditional crafts skills.
Graduates of the school’s locksmithing program go on to pursue a variety of careers, from becoming self-employed locksmiths to working as lock shop supervisors at major corporations, colleges and medical institutions. The program has an annual average job placement rate of over 90 percent.
In addition to locksmithing, the nationally accredited, post-secondary career school provides full-time and part-time programs in violin making, bookbinding, carpentry, piano technology, cabinet and furniture making, and jewelry making.
Lane graduated from Milton Academy in 1998, and is a 2002 graduate of Hampshire College.
The above release was provided by Michael Ward, North Bennet Street School.