Are you ready to Make It? Make it here at Asnuntuck!

Since 1998, the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center (AMTC) has been a leader in technology education and professional development by providing leading edge training in CNC machining, electronics, electro-mechanical and welding. More than 9,000 youths and adults have been trained through a combination of:

    • Employer-sponsored scholarships and internships
    • Incumbent worker training with scores of private sector companies
    • Partnerships with school districts through the College Connections program
    • Partnerships with federally sponsored career centers for underemployed and unemployed women and men
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The Expanded Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center

A new 27,000 square-foot addition to the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center opened in June 2017. The new building, combined with the existing space, provides 50,000 square feet of dedicated space for manufacturing training.  Features of the addition include:

  • An 11,000 square foot Machining Lab with 90 CNC and manual machines
  •  An Additive Manufacturing Lab designed and equipped to handle both plastic and metal 3D printing
  •  A Metrology Lab featuring Computerized Measuring Machines (CMM)
  • State-of-the-art computer labs featuring the latest hardware and software. 
State of Manufacturing in Connecticut

New England has the potential to create as many as 8,500 new advanced manufacturing career opportunities annually. Connecticut leads the way with more than 30% of New England’s advanced manufacturing careers. It is likely that Connecticut could be the beneficiary of more than 2,500 new career opportunities annually for the foreseeable future. Additionally, thousands in the current workforce are scheduled to retire in the next few years, leaving a void that must be filled by thousands of career seekers. To achieve the end objective of providing thousands of additional advanced manufacturing positions annually for the next decade and beyond, the AMTC has made a commitment to manufacturing technology education. The AMTC is the major provider of skilled women and men seeking career employment in advanced manufacturing.

  • 19 years of manufacturing development and experience
  • Positive and long-term relationships with Pratt&Whitney and scores of aerospace-related and general manufacturing companies
  • Internships, scholarships and long-term success in transitioning graduates to careers in advanced manufacturing
  • College credits that can lead from certificate status to associate and bachelor degrees
  • Close relationships with companies that provide above average annual compensation and great benefits, including tuition reimbursement for degree seekers
  • Regional and national accreditation so students may be eligible for PELL grants and federal loans
  • Over 90% of graduates that upon graduation are debt-free and employed
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Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center

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Welding Students with Governor Dannel Malloy

Advanced Manufacturing Technology Programs

CNC Machining
The CNC Machine Technology program was developed in direct response to local and regional manufacturers and their ongoing need for skilled,
Electronics & Controls
The 30 credit certificate Electronics & Controls program can be applied in full to associate degrees in advanced manufacturing. The
Electro-Mechanical
The Electro-Mechanical program is a three semester effort that builds onto the two semester electronics and controls certificate. Most of the
Welding & Fabrication
The Welding Technology and Fabrication program requires more than 1,000 hours of hands-on and computer and classroom-related technology development. The

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