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Presentation: Next Generation Manufacturing Training Program

Tuesday, 12/7/2021
3:00 - 4:00

Learn about the Next Generation Manufacturing Training Program offered by Humanmade.

Manufacturing is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. Learn about Next Generation Manufacturing Training, and how it takes a holistic and individualized approach to providing the skills necessary to become a competitive candidate for careers in manufacturing. 

Students choose from 12-week sessions in CNC machining or 3D printing, and develop the skills necessary for many entry-level positions in the manufacturing sector. Students further receive job readiness training, case management support and job placement assistance to obtain meaningful and fulfilling careers. The NGMT is committed to creating a more diverse, equitable and inclusive manufacturing sector. Students who are low-income, members of the re-entry or immigrant populations, identify as BIPOC, indigenous persons, LGBTQ+, differently-abled and/or women are encouraged to apply. 

Amber Anderson is an Associate Clinical Social Worker, with a commitment to student success and social justice. She obtained her Master’s degree from UC Berkeley, and has served clients in a variety of mental health settings. She currently serves as the Program Manager and the Client Support & Outreach Coordinator for the NGMT program at Humanmade, and works collectively and individually with the students to promote ongoing well-being and success. 
 

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