Don Bosco Tech students working in the lab.

Don Bosco Technical Institute

Bosco Tech has been preparing high school students for university degrees and careers in science, technology, engineering and math since the school opened its doors in 1955. The Dan Murphy Foundation has supported the school’s remarkable journey with its continued leadership and generosity.

The Foundation’s most recent grant to fund a new electrical transformer and lecture hall for the school’s newest technology major — Biological, Medical, & Environmental Technology (BMET) — makes it possible for hundreds of bright and deserving young men to join the rapidly growing bioscience industry. The BMET program aligns with a critical aspect of our mission, to develop young men who are committed to social justice and serving others.

The Bosco Tech community is grateful and honored that the Dan Murphy Foundation continues to support our Catholic Salesian mission by funding programs like BMET, which prepare our graduates to improve the health and well-being of the community, especially with the unprecedented difficult challenges and uncertainty we face today.

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