Scott Wolfram is a 1992 graduate of Franklin Tech. Graduating from the Auto Mechanics shop,
he went on to work in many aspects of metalworking. In 1993, he started working as a
blacksmith. After many years mastering the craft, he went onto a successful career in
ornamental ironworking, with many works in private residences and museums, culminating in a
large project for Yale University of five large hand forged gates incorporating historical elements
and decorative features of the prestigious school. Scott also worked for many years in an
aerospace machine shop manufacturing a variety of parts from stamps to more precise work,
which included landing gear parts for fighter jets. Scott is skilled in all aspects of machining. He
is not only an experienced toolmaker, but also fluent in current technology in CNC machining.
Scott taught the adult learner Advanced Manufacturing Pipeline (AMP-CNC) program, through
Greenfield Community College from 2010-2015. He has worked as an advanced manufacturing
teacher in the high school vocational setting for four years, first at Smith Vocational, and then
CTEC Lower Pioneer Valley Education Collaborative.
Scott is nearly professionally licensed as a chapter 74 Advanced Manufacturing vocational
teacher, at the time of this bio, only one college class remaining out of the long series of
education requirements for licensure.
Scott is an upright bass player with the band, Love Crumbs. Their songs can be heard on most
streaming platforms, and local radio stations. He lives in Conway with his wife Beth, stepson
Jack, and Boston Terrier, Poppy. He has a daughter, Rhiannon, who is in college. Scott is very
excited to be a part of the FCTS community. He has a deep understanding and affinity for the
county and its people as he has lived in Franklin County his whole life. He is looking forward to
fostering the success of his students in the world of Advanced Manufacturing!
413-863-9561, ext. 230