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Manufacturing Technology opportunities in Connecticut

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Applications for Fall 2013 admission are being taken at this time for the Manufacturing Machine Technology Program.   This curriculum is designed for graduates of traditional high schools is a full 50 weeks 40 hours per week.

Modeled after the highly successful  offering at Asnuntuck Community College (Enfield) in 2011, the state’s three new Manufacturing Centers opened their doors in August 2012. In addition to Asnuntuck Community College, Housatonic Community College (Bridgeport), Naugatuck Valley Community College (Waterbury) and Quinebaug Valley Community College (Danielson) will also offer this program. Students enrolled in this program may be eligible for federal student financial aid.

The NVCC program designed for 75 students has nearly completed its first year with many students already place for full time employment.