SUNY JCC Receives Funding For Advanced Manufacturing Training

SUNY JCC students attend welding class at the Manufacturing Technology Institute. Image by Justin Gould / WNY News Now.

JAMESTOWN – SUNY JCC is slated to receive $541,000 in funding for the college’s advanced manufacturing training program.

The money is part of $1.5 million allocated in New York State’s Workforce Development Challenge.







SUNY JCC’s allotment will help establish a new short-term program to prepare students for jobs in advanced manufacturing fields.

Specifically, students will be trained in CNC machining and other technician programs.







Over the years the school has developed a vast field of study in Manufacturing. The college offers programs from welding technology to computer-aided design at its Manufacturing Technology Institute on Falconer Street.

 













 

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