Keeping Talent Local
Bradley Kittel, who recently graduated from Michigan State University’s Applied Engineering Sciences program, finished school with something not many grads are used to these days: a job. And Bradley wouldn’t have landed his job in greater Lansing without the Capital Area Manufacturing Council, an industry cluster council of Capital Area Michigan Works!.
Like many students, Bradley attended an engineering expo and career fair through MSU where he connected with Michelle Cordano, executive director of the Capital Area Manufacturing Council. Michelle shared his resume with local employers, and Bradley soon got a call to interview with Dowding Industries in Eaton Rapids. Read full story.
Bradley also appeared on the Business Beat with Chris Holman.
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CAMC/LCC-BCI Training Survey
Posted August 12, 2014
Capital Area Manufacturing Council (CAMC) and Lansing Community College-Business and Community Institute (LCC-BCI) are working together to identify common training goals for 2014-15. Please fill out the CAMC/LCC Training Assessment and indicate how many employees (1-10) you would send to the 39 classes we've highlighted.
In addition, some classes will qualify for funding under the Skilled Trades Training Fund which will be available again this fall.
Posted May 23, 2014
Check out this video!
CAMC members and Capital Area Career Center (CACC) students worked together to create a video designed to heighten the awareness of great jobs in manufacturing through several different career paths.
Special thanks to CAMC members Cameron Tool, Franchino Mold & Engineering, Niowave and Orchid Orthopedic Solutions. Also, a special thanks to CACC second year New Media students!
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