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CCAT Brochure Available Online

CCAT Brochure Available Online

The new Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology brochure is now available online. This publication includes an overview of our Advanced Manufacturing Center, Education & Workforce Development, Energy, and Export & Cyber Compliance. Contact us with any questions regarding what CCAT may be able to offer you and your business.  

East Hartford, Hartford, among winners chosen in “Working Cities Challenge”

(Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 2/6/18) Today Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren, along with Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy and Connecticut’s commissioner for Economic and Community Development Catherine Smith, announced that Danbury, East Hartford, Hartford, Middletown, and Waterbury had won the Reserve Bank’s Working Cities Challenge, a…

CCAT hosts group of inspiring women

CCAT hosts group of inspiring women

CCAT’s Advanced Manufacturing Center hosted a group of professionals on Jan. 24 from mechanical, metallurgical and manufacturing engineers to IT and manufacturing finance resources. The women, all candidates from Untapped Potential, a Benefit Corporation in Hartford, Conn., gathered to learn more about CCAT’s state-of-the-art technology at the AMC. The group toured…

As a part of United Way efforts, CCAT partners with Workforce Solutions of Metro Hartford selected to lead national job quality initiative

(United Way of Central and Northeast CT, 1/16/17) Hartford Selected to Participate in National Job Quality Initiative Hartford is among four communities that will assist local manufacturers and healthcare employers in changing their business practices to improve hiring, retention and engagement of frontline workers Hartford, Connecticut (January 16, 2018) – The…

CCAT’s Lynn Raicik selected to participate as Fellow in Workforce Leaders Academy

(Patch.com, 11/7/17) Hartford Generation Work Launches Workforce Leaders Academy Hartford, Conn. (November 7, 2017) — Hartford Generation Work has announced the inaugural class of the Workforce Leaders Academy (WLA). The WLA is a 12-month fellowship designed to improve the quantity, quality and sustainability of efforts to move young adults ages…

Catalyst Endowment Fund Awards $50,000 to Program to Recruit and Train Women in Manufacturing Careers

(Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, 10/25/17) Connecticut manufacturers have said they are struggling to find skilled labor both for a growing number of existing positions and to replenish a workforce from which baby boomers are retiring at a rapid pace. In Connecticut there is currently no direct pipeline for many…

Two CT Manufacturing Companies Named National “2017 Young Adult Employer Champions – Pathways to Apprenticeship”

(AmericanTowns.com, 6/09/17) EAST HARTFORD, Conn.— Workforce Solutions Collaborative of Metro Hartford announced today that TRUMPF Inc., of Farmington and Wepco Plastics Inc., of Middlefield are two of nine U.S. employers to be named “2016 Young Adult Employer Champions – Pathways to Apprenticeship” by the National Fund for Workforce Solutions. Now…