Manufacturing Careers Program

Building Your Career in Manufacturing
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The Manufacturing Careers Program (MCP) connects  pre-screened job seekers to employers with entry level job openings. The program components are built around the workforce needs of area manufacturers.

Job seekers participate in an industry- infused career path that begins with validation of foundational and technical skills through assessments, attainment of an industry-recognized credential, and participation in a CNC Basics course demonstrating career readiness for entry level work in manufacturing.

Employers who hire MCP  participants may use wage subsidies provided by the program for entry level  on-the-job training and internships.  Interested employers can learn more about this wage subsidy by joining the Advanced Manufacturing Employer Partnership (AMEP).

Funding is provided by the Workforce Solutions Collaborative of Metro Hartford.

Who is eligible?

Job seekers with a high school diploma/GED but less than an associate’s degree, who are un-employed or underemployed, and who have a manufacturing related education and/or employment.

What does it cost?

There is no charge for the program.

What does it offer?

  • Assessments that validate foundational skills in math and reading.
  • Credentials that prove competencies to employers.
  • Work-based learning opportunities on CNC Machines.
  • Direct link to a large group of hiring manufacturers.
  • Wage subsidies for employers to support internships and/or on-the-job training opportunities.

When & how do I apply?

Contact CCAT to apply.

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Contact us today for more information and to apply.

Lynn Raicik – lraicik@ccat.us | 860.282.4297