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Walking the Talk on Workforce Development

When we talk about the skills gap, it sounds like one monolithic issue. In reality, it’s thousands of individual issues; every U.S. manufacturing company, each with unique needs and issues, must solve the riddle of attracting and retaining new talent.

The Future of Manufacturing Relies on Engaging Today’s Workforce

A number of dynamic factors directly influence what the future of work will hold for employers, particularly in what’s described as an “employee-choice economy.” Topping that list for two out of five manufacturers is a troubling 20 percent-plus annual turnover rate, per Mercer.

Gateway Technical College Celebrates Expansion of Tech Center

A national model for advanced manufacturing. A place where programs and artificial intelligence systems meet. A facility where students can gain leading-edge Industry 4.0 skills. A place where today’s manufacturers can find workers with the skills to help their businesses grow.

Hudson Valley Community College Celebrates Grand Opening of New Skills Center

Hudson Valley Community College hosted a grand opening ceremony for the $14.5 million Gene F. Haas Center for Advanced Manufacturing Skills (CAMS) on Tuesday, August 27, 2019. This 37,000-square-foot facility will allow the college to double enrollment from 144 to 288 students in the Advanced Manufacturing Technology A.O.S. degree program and meet an urgent workforce demand for skilled manufacturing employees in the region.

NIMS Celebrates 25th Anniversary, Launches New Smart Solutions

NIMS (The National Institute for Metalworking Skills), established in 1995, is marking its 25th anniversary in 2020 with new methodologies for skills training, performance validation, and credentialing that address the competencies needed by today’s technology-driven manufacturers.