Columbus State Community College (CSCC) in Columbus, Ohio, is collaborating with major employers like Honda to address the region’s advanced manufacturing skills gap. Find out how these close industry partnerships result in relevant curriculum and meaningful work experience for students, who go on to become in-demand, career-ready graduates.
As a follow-up to our “Manufacturing Is Not Dead: The Rise of High-Skill, High-Wage Production Jobs” report, we partnered with the Texas Economic Development Council to present a webinar focusing specifically on manufacturing in Texas. Here’s an overview of what we found.
With a network that spans the entire United States, how is NIST MEP positioning itself as a credible resource for advanced manufacturers? It’s providing dynamic industry data at the push of a button that’s fueling strategic planning, site selection, and workforce improvements.
We had a lot of fun yesterday hosting a webinar to discuss our new report, “Manufacturing Is Not Dead: The Rise of High-Skill, High-Wage Production Jobs.” Watch a video and download the PPT here!
In our newest research, we consider domestic manufacturing’s post-recession renaissance, and analyze the critical skills required for the modern production worker. On March 27 (2:00 pm EDT/11:00 am PDT), please join us for a webinar to discuss the report’s findings and methodology.
Since the Great Recession, manufacturing has added one million new jobs, and job postings are up 350%. However, today’s manufacturing jobs look completely different than they did 20 years ago. They require a new blend of traditional manufacturing skills and engineering skills. Which skills are in highest demand, and which pay the most?