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Why invest in
Connecticut talent?

Up to $50,000 in matching funds for incumbent worker training.

Why invest in
Connecticut talent?

In the U.S., Connecticut is 3rd in advanced degrees.

Why invest in
Connecticut talent?

Up to $7,000 a year wage subsidies for apprentices.

RESOURCES TO TRAIN YOUR TALENT

Connecticut is a leader in manufacturing apprenticeships and training programs. State agencies and the private sector have joined forces to cultivate new generations of talent for the manufacturing sector.  Apprenticeships and training programs are specifically designed for the needs of Connecticut’s most advanced industries, including aerospace, clean energy and biotechnology. Be on the forward edge of learning — and technological progress. Here are just a sampling of the organizations offering manufacturing training or apprenticeship programs.

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Provides financial assistance to Connecticut manufacturers for upgrading their employees’ skills.

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Helps job seekers gain industry-recognized credentials, hands-on machine experience, and internship connections.

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Helps prepare people for careers with job training and education programs.

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Provides on-the-job training and classroom instruction to develop well-qualified, job-ready graduates.

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Invests in youth development, charts sustainable career paths for adult workers, and assists employers.

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Works with member businesses and other groups to strengthen the talent pipeline and encourage economic growth.

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Facilitates a unique, rigorous educational program to prepare each student for college and careers.

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Helps facilitate a unique and rigorous educational program that prepares each student for college and careers.

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Helps employers post job listings and search résumés to further develop their workforce.

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Partners with high schools and community colleges to stimulate the region’s manufacturing training and educational programs.

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Works to secure and enhance the economic vitality of eastern Connecticut.

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Oversees a network of workforce-related programs funded from a variety of sources.

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Awards diverse manufacturing credentials, an associate’s degree in CNC machining, and a bachelor’s in manufacturing management.

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Focuses on conservation, load management strategies, and manufacturing workforce development in Middlesex County.

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Supports the growth, innovation and progress of Connecticut’s advanced manufacturing sector.

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Helps companies access capital to buy new equipment for more efficiency, productivity, and competitiveness.

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Funds training for students interested in manufacturing careers, and provides springmaking internships.

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Collaborates with area businesses and educators to enable more workers to enter technical industries.

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Works to develop and sustain an effective labor market that facilitates economic development and business growth.

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Helps prepare individuals for success in apprenticeships.

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Provides resources for students and educators to explore opportunities in today’s technology companies.

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Provides wage and training subsidies to employers that hire an unemployed jobseeker.

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Helps women to share perspectives, gain cutting-edge information, build leadership and communication skills, and network.

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Connects people with jobs or training and employers with skilled workers in South Central CT.

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Develops an educated, economically self-sufficient workforce that meets employer needs.

Hear why they’ve chosen a career in manufacturing.

Advanced manufacturing attracts many types of people—at all different stages of their lives. Some come direct from high school or switch majors in college. Others enter the field after military service or even after years in another career. Hear more of their stories.

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