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Learn About Advanced Manufacturing Technology.

Do you enjoy working with tools and computers?
Are you curious about the way things work and how they are made?
Are you curious about manufacturing careers in aerospace, biomedical, plastics & composites or metals sectors?

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If the answer to these questions is yes, the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program may be for you.


  • Connecticut’s 4,755 manufacturers employ more than 162,000 people
  • Students can expect to earn $35,000-$40,000 per year to start, including overtime.
  • There are a significant number of manufacturing jobs in the southwestern quarter of the state.
  • Financial support eligible
  • Earn 34 college credits
  • One-on-one support
  • Possible internships