Working in Advanced Manufacturing can make a Difference
If you’re looking to find a job to enter the workforce, there’s a good chance you have already developed the some of the skills and values which modern manufacturers need. These are the skills that could make you a respected employee within the advanced manufacturing community. Many of these skills are invaluable to manufacturing organizations of all sizes who are looking to fill the major skills-gap they are facing today.
Ask yourself if you’re interested in any of the following:
- High-tech, well-paying career
- Vocational rehabilitation through internship programs
- Working with state-of-the-art precision equipment
- Earning higher than average wages for the lifetime of your career
- Continuing your education towards an associate or bachelor’s degree but doing it while you are working and earning
- An industry –driven training model that combines work-based learning conducted on the job, with related technical instruction conducted in the classroom or online, using the highest industry standards
- Training which is focused on the occupational areas that are in high demand and most needed to fill the advanced manufacturing skills gap
- A full-time job as a Registered Intern (RI) earning a salary with medical benefits who is also required to take classes outside the work day
- Classroom instruction that can result in industry-valued credentials and even taken for college credit, which might lead to an associate or bachelor’s degree down the road.
- Training support so that you move in a lock-step fashion through experiences taught on-the-job and through classes associated with an occupational title so as to be sure that you can be nationally certified
If the answer is “YES,” then the MechaFORCE SM — Registered Internship Manufacturing Program (M-RIMSM) may be just the opportunity for you.
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