GROB

Apprenticeships Prepare Students for Technician-Level Jobs

GROB’s apprenticeship program is designed to prepare students for technician-level jobs within the company. This could include working in the world of robotics, CNC machines, computer aided drafting and design, assembly and test equipment, and total flexible manufacturing network.

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Honda: Co-op Program Expands Technical Skills

Honda's co-op program prepared Matthew for a full-time Equipment Service Tech position with the opportunity to expand his technical skills via Honda's 4-year technical development program.

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Midmark Corporation: Apprenticeship Program Teaches Entry-Level Skills

Midmark participates in Upper Valley Career Center's School-to-Apprenticeship program where students can complete up to one year of apprenticeship credit during their senior year by learning competencies necessary for entry-level employment in technical fields.

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Owens Braided Funding Impacts Training

Owens Community College: Braided funding impacts training for transitioning adults

Owens Community College has successfully braided funding to improve welding and CNC/machining training. Through Ohio TechNet, the Department of Labor contributed approximately $62,500 in equipment and the Gene Haas Foundation contributed more than $28,000 in scholarships and equipment. Funding was also leveraged to establish a...

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