Asnuntuck Community College has demonstrated for almost two decades its commitment as a provider of technology coursework and programming to the advanced manufacturing sector.
The Asnuntuck program of services provides the student with location, accessibility, assessment of current skills sets, academic studies and computer skills, technology development, private sector advisory boards, career awareness, team building, problem-solving, motivation, safety, counseling services, excellent and experienced instructors using quality equipment, placement staff, the opportunity through the CT College of Technology Pathway System to earn college credits toward achievement of associate and bachelor degrees
Ours is not a quick-fix educational system that assumes participants upon entry possess the foundation skills and academic talents to succeed long-term in the manufacturing sector. Conversely, our efforts recognize participants require diverse types of assistance ranging from academic enhancement and quality assurance education to continuous improvement coursework for incumbent workers and private sector-sponsored scholarships and internships for recent high school graduates.
Asnuntuck Community College has demonstrated for almost two decades its commitment as a provider of technology coursework and programming to the advanced manufacturing sector. Services have been provided to more than 10,000 unemployed, under-employed, and incumbent workers representing women and men across the region and organizations like the 100 companies that comprise the Aerospace Components Manufacturers (ACM) and technologies ranging from aerospace to medical devices/instruments and alternative energy. Of special note, our more than 30 advisory board members include manufacturers ranging from United Technologies to start up companies and run the gamut from aerospace and fuel cells to lasers and medical instruments.