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Educator Workshops – Anytime, On-Demand
July 1, 2023
Prepare your students for rewarding careers in manufacturing
Learn about today’s manufacturing technologies and reinvigorate your teaching strategies to inspire your students to build their Industry 4.0 skills. Our on-demand professional development offerings provide opportunities for K-16 educators to learn more about modern manufacturing and the rewarding career opportunities the industry offers.
The following workshops are available to watch anytime, on-demand.
Introduction to Manufacturing Careers for Educators
Learn about manufacturing in Connecticut, how the industry is evolving, and available career opportunities and pathways. WATCH NOW >
Introduction to 3D Printing Technologies for Educators
Learn how modern manufacturing has exploded with advancements in 3D printing that are being applied across a variety of industries. WATCH NOW >
CT Manufacturing Month Summit for Educators
Learn about the importance of manufacturing and technology pathways for your students and hear about the many initiatives to develop the next generation of skilled talent. WATCH NOW >
Million Women Mentors-CT Virtual Coffee about STEM Pathways
Learn about current and upcoming statewide programs for increasing career path awareness and exposure to STEM futures. WATCH NOW >
People, Pathways, and Technology for the Future of Manufacturing Workforce – Webinar #1
The first webinar will focus on people and you will hear firsthand from women in manufacturing leadership roles about the growth in Connecticut companies. WATCH NOW >
People, Pathways, and Technology for the Future of Manufacturing Workforce – Webinar #2
The second webinar you will hear from rising manufacturing professionals about the varied journeys they took to succeed in their careers. WATCH NOW >
People, Pathways, and Technology for the Future of Manufacturing Workforce – Webinar #3
The third webinar you will hear from Jeff Crandall, CCAT Additive Manufacturing Manager about emerging technologies and alignment with student interests. WATCH NOW >