Workforce

Secretary Acosta Accepts Larson’s Invitation To Witness Successful CT Workforce Collaborations

(Public Now, 4/17/18) Washington, D.C. – In today’s Ways and Means Committee Hearing on Jobs and Opportunity, Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta accepted Rep. John B. Larson’s (CT-01) invitation to visit Connecticut and see the successful workforce collaborations led by the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT), Goodwin College, International Association of Machinists (IAM),…

CCAT pre-apprentice training opens doors for alternative high school seniors

CCAT pre-apprentice training opens doors for alternative high school seniors

Synergy High School in East Hartford students visited CCAT’s Advanced Manufacturing Center on April 3 as part of a collaborative effort to train students for entry-level manufacturing jobs. CCAT’s Pre-Apprenticeship Program addresses a persistent disconnect between employers and job seekers – while urban young adults are struggling to earn a…

Alert: Students visiting Advanced Manufacturing Center on Wednesday, April 4 at 9:30 a.m.

Pre-apprentice training opens doors for alternative high school seniors (EAST HARTFORD, CT, APRIL 3, 2018) – Local alternative high school students are finding a clear path to manufacturing careers thanks to a pre-apprentice program. As part of its mission to drive initiatives around STEM education and workforce development, the Connecticut…

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…