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Lansing, Mich. – The Capital Area Manufacturing Council, once a subsidiary organization of Capital Area Michigan Works!, has established a 501(c)6 to pave way for the organization to expand its focus in the greater Lansing area.

Council board members are working together to determine next steps and priority areas to continue to help mid-Michigan manufacturing grow and thrive.

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Peckham Recognizes Journey-women!
Peckham held a ceremony for their first graduating class of Master Craftsman Sewing Machine Operators on 2/28/18! The ceremony was energized by the clapping, hoots and hollers from Peckham staff who were cheering on their peers and friends. To top it off, Peckham has created a Wall to recognize the accomplishments of these individuals...the first of many to come. Kudos Dana Harder, Ed Terris, Dave Jackson, Jay LaNew, Mitchell Tomlinson and many more who helped put this new apprenticeship program together!

Grand Opening: Eckhart Advanced Technology Center
It is with great excitement that Eckhart is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of our Advanced Technology Center in Warren, MI.  As the new home for our autonomous guided vehicle (AGV) production, our 3D printing laboratory, and a fully integrated Industry 4.0 product showcase, we are excited to bring our suite of advanced manufacturing solutions closer to the industrial base of Southeastern Michigan.  Eckhart President & CEO Andy Storm is the Chair of the CAMC Board of Directors and has extended an invitation to all CAMC Members.



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CAMC Receives 2018 MW! Impact Award!
Posted January 19, 2018

Congratulations to us! CAMC is a 2018 Michigan Works! Impact Award winner!

We were nominated by the Capital Area Michigan Works! for strategic partnership and collaboration to raise the awareness of skilled trades and manufacturing jobs available to students and graduates!

The Impact Awards recognize significant economic accomplishments within our communities and showcase the impact of newly create jobs, transformational training and effective talent pipeline development.

Thank you for your commitment to CAMC!

CAMC Members Receive 1.29 Million in STTF
Posted December 21, 2017

CAMC members received $1.29 Million in workforce development grants this year through the Skilled Trades Training Funds (STTF)! That's almost double what we have received in the past 4 years! That equals a total of $3 Million...wow! Nice job CAMC members!

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Local Skills Gap Analysis
Lansing Community College (LCC) recently released a "skill gap analysis" for the Lansing Region, defined as Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, Ionia, Livingston, and Shiawassee counties. View the results

CAMC's Michigan Manufacturing Connect
Check out CAMC's communications campaign -- Michigan Manufacturing Connect.  Enjoy unique and high-quality videos that are designed to educate our community on the great jobs that are available in the manufacturing industry, right here in Mid-Michigan!

Michigan Manufacturing Cluster Workforce Analysis
This report analyzes several labor market measures including employment concentration, trends, and forecasts; key occupations; education program completers; and workforce demographics. 

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