Below you will find a selected list of Manufacturing Industry grant projects that have significant contributions in SkillsCommons.
Advanced Manufacturing Partnerships in Education (AMPed NH)
A New Hampshire initiative created to educate and train eager, motivated people for high-wage, high-skill jobs in the advanced manufacturing industry.
The Air Washington project is a consortium of eleven of the state’s community and technical colleges which have received a $20M Department of Labor grant to strengthen our aerospace industry through workforce training.
North Carolina Advanced Manufacturing Alliance (NCAMA)
The NCAMA is a consortium of ten community colleges, local Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs), industries, non-profit entities, and local education authorities.
Accessible Support Services and Instruction for Sustainable Transition to Work (ASSIST)
ASSIST is a customized, comprehensive program to prepare and produce the best educated, most competitive workforce in the world.
Innovations Moving People to Achieve Certified Training (IMPACT)
IMPACT aims to increase the achievement of certifications, credentials, diplomas, and degrees through blended learning.
National STEM Consortium
An alliance of ten community colleges in nine states, designing a portfolio of innovative one-year certificate programs to respond to regional industry needs and (re)train workers for high-demand, mid-skill technical careers.
View: National STEM Consortium Materials in SkillsCommons
View: Video Interview with Project Director
View: Student Voices – Stories from National STEM Consortium
Visit: National STEM Consortium Website
Partnership for Accelerated Learning through Engagement, Visualization, and Simulation (PAVES)
PAVES is a Partnership for Accelerated Learning through Visualization, Engagement and Simulation. This program enhances existing degree and certificate programs for workers in four high demand industries and occupations.