Explore high-paying careers in clean, high-tech Connecticut manufacturing.


Preparing for a career in manufacturing is more complex today. Competency in science, math and technology is often required if you're interested in a specific career path. You can start preparing for your next generation manufacturing career at Connecticut's 12 community colleges through a unique program that gives you full credit toward a 4-year college degree. In some cases you can earn credit in high school toward your 2-year degree. Find out more by viewing the video below.

Other videos:

  1. Next Generation Manufacturing
  2. Pathways to Manufacturing Careers - College of Technology
  3. Biotechnology Technician Supervisor - Jeff
  4. Laser Technician Supervisor - Dave
  5. Aerospace Technician - Elizabeth
  6. CNC Programmer - Jan
  7. Engineer - Curtis

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The Regional Center for Next Generation Manufacturing is funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation Advanced Technology Education program. Copyright 2005. All rights reserved.