Manufacturing is Making.
Connecticut is home to the 3rd most concentrated manufacturing area in the U.S., “We are the silicon valley of advanced manufacturing,” Governor Ned Lamont.
Manufacturing jobs are waiting for you!
South Central Manufacturing Industry Partnership
The South Central Manufacturing Industry Partnership launched in March 2021, spearheaded by companies like Roto Frank of America, Hobson Motzer, PennGlobe, Ulbrich Stainless Steels & Metals, Unicorr, and involving over 25 manufacturing execs with three shared priorities: talent, promoting manufacturing, and cost competitiveness. The focus of our work is to mitigate or solve for issues in the manufacturing industry in South Central Connecticut. It is supported by three Chambers of Commerce, the regional Workforce Board and involves nearly 30 additional public and government partners.
For more information about joining the SCMIP contact Anne Benowitz: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about training, and jobs contact Steve Johnson: email@example.com.
Creative Energy Savings –
What are You Missing? [webinar]
This event was held live Monday, October 31, 2022
Join Ulbrich Stainless Steel & Special Metals, Globelé, and UI to find out how Ulbrich has reduced their energy consumption over the last 10 years and saved thousands of dollars year-over-year, hired more staff, invested in newer technology and equipment — all while strengthening their manufacturing competitiveness. You can too!
How do You Transform your Company’s Electric Bills into a Competitive Advantage? [webinar]
The live event was held Thursday, October 27, 2022
Manufacturers are looking for ways to cut costs and at the same time, align their organizations with sustainability goals. Where do you start? What does it take to transform sustainability into a competitive advantage?
With over 6,000 open jobs, the demand for skilled employees is high and continues to grow – guaranteeing long-term career opportunities here in Connecticut.
Connecticut is the top paying state for CNC machinists and tool and die makers – earning an average of $67,700 annually – 20% higher than the national average.
Connecticut manufacturers provide career opportunities to individuals from high school graduates to PhDs.
Easily accessible training programs are located all over the state. Ask about financial assistance!
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