Career Pathways

No matter what your education or career aspirations may be, manufacturing has a job for you!  Not familiar with the manufacturing industry?  Learn more about our local manufacturers and the careers they offer.

Local CAMC Members Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs  Lansing Community College (LCC)
Exciting opportunities are available for trained workers in Advanced Manufacturing! LCC's Center for Manufacturing Excellence offers programs in Robotics & Automation, Computer Automated Design, Precision Machining and Welding.  The new Center offers training in advanced manufacturing with stackable credentials to get you into high-demand, high-paying jobs, in a year or less or you can choose to complete a two-year program. Train Here. Work Anywhere!
 
Plant Tours, Job Shadows, Apprenticeships and Internships
Many CAMC members offer opportunities for students to engage with manufacturers through plant tours, job shadows, apprenticeships, and internships. High school junior and senior students should visit their local career center or talk with their high school counselors to find out more about how they can jumpstart a career path in manufacturing. If you’re interested in one of these opportunities, please contact Michelle Cordano, Executive Director of CAMC. ?

Looking for a job now? 
Employers are looking for you too. Post your resume or look for manufacturing jobs at Pure Michigan Talent Connect (PMTC). And, manufacturers are hiring!  The industry is expected to fill over 13,400 openings, each year, in Michigan. Local companies are experiencing a shortage of skilled workers in the mid-Michigan area. It is a great time to explore careers in manufacturing.