Here is Renee's interview with Craig Drezek, Assistant Superintendent of Goodwin College Magnet Schools!
He chats about Goodwin's brand new ECAMP (Early College Advanced Manufacturing Pathway) program, which will prepare high school students across the state with manufacturing skills! The program, "partners with local school districts, offering students both on- and off-site manufacturing training opportunities they wouldn’t otherwise be able to access."
Check out the full interview below all of the info!
Preparing today’s high school students for tomorrow’s careers
In our 15,000-square-foot manufacturing training center on the Goodwin College campus in East
Hartford, students will be immersed into a world full of technology. Alongside some of Connecticut’s
most credentialed faculty, students will learn on the same real-world machinery industry professionals
use today. Upon completion of the program, students will have received sufficient training to secure
entry-level employment in the field.
Industry training and rigorous academics
In addition to career-focused manufacturing training, students will experience a rigorous collegiate
academic program where they will earn up to 37 transferable college credits. The skills can be taken
directly into a variety of in-demand careers, and the credits can be transferred to other college degree
programs — including Goodwin’s bachelor’s degree in Manufacturing Management.
- Students will earn up to 37 transferable college credits
- Schedules are flexible and programming can be tailored to meet the specific needs of partner
- Student transportation is flexible, with arrangements determined by the needs of partner
- The new 15,000-square-foot training facility is equipped with state-of-the-art machinery
CNC Manufacturing Certificate (37 credits)
Welding Certificate (24 credits)
For more information, contact:
Craig Drezek, Assistant Superintendent of Goodwin College Magnet Schools